Prostitution in Libya is illegal,  but common. Many of the sex workers are from Nigeria over 1, in Desperate to flee the poverty of their countries, they have often been trafficked to Libya with the promise of a job in Italy. Some are working as prostitutes in Libya to pay off debt bondage in the hope of travelling on to Italy.
Gaddafi formed special department to find prostitutes
Prostitution in Libya - Wikipedia
Tripoli Sex Guide advises where to find sex , working girls , prostitution , street hookers , brothels , red-light districts , sex shops , prostitutes , erotic massage parlors , strip clubs and escorts in Tripoli , Libya. Tripoli is located in the north-west of Libya and is situated on the Mediterranean Sea. The city has a population of some 1. Prostitution in Libya is illegal. Many of the sex workers are from neighboring countries desperate to flee the povery of their countries. Many of the prostitutes in Libya are from Nigeria and there are around thousand Nigerian sex workers in Tripoli. Goal for most sex workers in Libya is to get to the Italy and make more money.
Goldman Sachs bankers paid for prostitutes, private jets and five-star hotels and held business meetings on yachts to win business from a Libyan investment fund set up under Gaddafi regime, the high court in London was told yesterday. The LIA, Masefield told the court, felt betrayed as the trades generated excessive profits for Goldman and were unsuitable for the LIA, which was staffed by individuals who had not been appointed on merit. Masefield said it was a nascent sovereign wealth fund with limited abilities to understand the so-called jumbo and elephant trades. Goldman is disputing the claim, which was filed in , and its lawyers will address the court on Tuesday. But in documents outlining its defence the bank said that the proceedings were not brought until after the trades had matured.
But it will take longer than a three-and-half-hour railway trip to forget the torments of the past. Prostitution Many outreach workers suspect that most of the Nigerian girls, especially the more recent arrivals — although not all — knew before leaving Nigeria that their traffickers would put them to work as prostitutes. Many may have been sex workers before in Nigeria, something charity workers say shouldn't matter when it comes to helping the women, arguing they are all abused and in need of compassion and help. But staff at On the Road, an Italian charity that helps women break from sex work, say they don't believe Anna was one of those who knew what she would be doing in Italy. They say she was duped.