He slammed those who condemned the clampdown on prostitutes in Abuja, warning that prostitution is a criminal act in Nigeria.
He also drew attention to medical warning that prostitution is responsible for the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, adding that prostitution provides lifeline for violent criminals.
He noted that the practitioners don’t pay tax to government, and concluded by saying that the (Nigerian) culture frowns at it.
Shogunle, an Assistant Commissioner of Police, made his view known via a tweet on his verified Twitter handle @YomiShogunle on Tuesday.
Shogunle tweeted in reaction to the arrest, conviction and subsequent sentencing of 27 prostitutes at the FCT.