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Prostitute Quits Sex Work, Now Looking For Husband

Prostitute Quits Sex Work, Now Looking For Husband

A Self-confessed prostitute has seen the light and is seeking to settle down.

In an unsolicited interview, 34-year-old Memory Mudzinganyama said she was hopeful for a better future. She has also decided to seek sanctuary in church where she plans to be a born again Christian.

Narrating her life story, Memory said she turned to 'high vending' after her first marriage broke down in 2002. She was disheartened and had a bad perception of marriage.

"I only left church after my failed marriage. Sex work has taken all my dignity and I want to repent. I have lost respect even from my family," narrated the 'retiring' hooker.

Memory, a mother of two girls aged 13 and 16 said she is searching for a nice man prepared to settle with her and her children.

"I believe God still loves me but what put me off was what people would say when I pass through church doors. It is only hard times that are forcing me to sell sex. Prostitution is not in me and I have earned many enemies because I get many clients. I am the one who left my husband for his abusive behaviour.

"My other fear is that, different men frequent this place and some of them demand unprotected sex for more money which might risk me in contracting HIV and AIDS. I am prepared to be tested as many times with my new lover and seek spiritual guidance to be delivered from all I have gone through. I am a sinner, Lord help me," she said while shedding tears.

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