There was mild drama in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Monday night, as scores of commercial S£x workers staged a candlelight procession in honour of their colleagues, who were allegedly killed by suspected ritualists, weekend.
Dressed in black apparels, the S£x workers, who stormed the state secretariat of Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Oke-Ilewo, Abeokuta, wailed as they mourned their colleagues.
One of the dead, who was simply identified as Sitira, was found dead at a refuse dump site at Olomoore junction in Abeokuta on Sunday morning.
Suspected ritualists were said to have abandoned the corpse of the 23-year-old prostitute after severing some flesh from her body.
The late Sitira was said to have been thrown off a moving Sport Utility Vehicle, SUV, along Abeokuta-Lagos Expressway.
Speaking with reporters, the protesters claimed that beside Sitira, another colleague was killed by suspected ritualists.
They said the mutilated remains of the second S£x worker was discovered in a ditch at Olomoore, Abeokuta.