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‘Prostitutes were an infestation in the cities’

They were an infestation in the cities who bothered uninterested motorists with unsolicited offers of a “quick roll in the hay”. 
This is the view of the Royal Swaziland Police (RSP) Service National Commissioner Isaac Magagula in a statement released yesterday decrying the furore on their crack down of prostitutes from the streets.
In the statement written by Staff Officer Deputy National Commissioner of Police Sula Dlamini for NatCom, the statement read, “We write with reference to the furore, uproar and bombardment that confoundingly appear to have been elicited by the Police crackdown on the shenanigans of “sex workers” or those engaged in prostitution activities alias “oldest profession”, especially operating in the Manzini - Mbabane corridor.” 
The national commissioner stated how it boggled his mind why this innocent and above-board operation that was dutifully conducted by the police alongside their mandate of law enforcement had been made such a big issue.
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