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New Porn Site Excites Nigerians  print

Published on January 11, 2013 by   ·   No Comments

A newly hosted Nigerian pornographic website, believed to be the first of its kind in the country, is attracting huge traffic as well as donors, P.M.NEWS can report.

The website, www.naijaporntube.com features hundreds of  made in Nigeria sex videos with the porn stars speaking Pidgin English, Yoruba and Igbo.

The website which also features a few Ghanaian sex videos, also parades a lot of nude photographs of Nigerians, especially female.

While some of the videos feature the actors performing oral sex, others feature real hardcore sex just as seen in serious blue movies.

Many of the porn stars are also university students, according to some of the titles given to the videos, some of which have attracted as many as between 16,000 and 20,000 views.

What is not actually known is whether these actors are paid any sum for uploading their videos into the website, but the website encourages people to upload any video containing adult Nigerian contents as well as their nude photographs, photographs of their private parts in different positions or photographs of their lovers.

But a staff of the website posted a message in which he asked to be contacted by anybody who wanted to act in sex movies and according to him, the person would be ‘‘highly appreciated and smile at the end of the business.’’

In one of such videos, titled ‘Naija Couple’ with one of the highest traffic and shot inside an office, the lady, who should be in her late twenties, is seen sitting astride the man who is sitting on the office chair.

While they engage in sexual acts and changing positions, they are recorded by another lady, who is not seen, but whose voice is very audible telling them the length of time left in the video camera.

At the background, Wande Coal’s Taboo is heard being played. The scene continues till the lady climaxes.

In another video, the two participants, who are being recorded by a third party, engage in the doggy style, with  music by Tuface playing at the background. Another video which was shot in an uncompleted building, features a plump Warri woman and three men.

This particular video looked more as if the woman was deceived and promised some spiritual powers as she was instructed to close her eyes and repeat the prayers that ‘power’ should enter her while the sexual encounter lasted.

A scene in another video shows an Ibo woman sucking the man’s organ while he records it. At a stage, the man asks her to go nude and start dancing.

The lady grumbles a little and while behaving shy takes off her clothes and begins to dance.

A self-made video shot in a hotel by two Yoruba people showed the man hanging the camera somewhere before taking off the woman’s towel while they spoke in Yoruba.

Midway into the sexual act, the man’s phone rings and he tells the caller that he is busy working somewhere around Maryland.

Currently, the website has 28,437 members on the site alone. This is apart from the number of likes on Facebook and the thousands of followers it has attracted on Twitter.

This number is also different from those who only visit the site once in a while.  The website has also gone a step further by creating several blackberry messenger groups for some of its fans.

However, while the site has continued to witness tremendous views from Nigerians, members of the Lagos State House of Assembly have decried the introduction of pornographic sites into the country.

Omotayo Oduntan, who is the House Committee Chairman on Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, told P.M.NEWS that it was a pathetic situation as the moral decadence in the country grows from bad to worse.

She advised parents to closely monitor their children’s activities.

“There should also be a law against it before it goes out of control,” she added.

Ipoola Omisore, another member of the House told P.M.NEWS that there could be a law against such act but it must emanate from the National Assembly since some other countries have enacted laws to ban pornographic sites.

“I want to urge all state House of Assemblies to put pressure on the National Assembly and the federal government to urgently curb this evil activity,’’ Omisore said.

—Eromosele Ebhomele

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