She told Al Jazeera:
“We are tired of dying in silence”,”We want to be able to practise our profession with pride like every other person. We want an end to name-calling and stigmatisation. We are s-ex workers and not asawo [a derogatory Yoruba name for pr()stitutes].”
“s-exwork is normal work and there are s*s-ex workers everywhere under one form of disguise or the other”. “The government should stop criminalising our work”
Ms. Abraham also stated that she is proud of her profession as it is not different from any other trade. Controversial musician, Maheeda has also called for the legalization of prostitution in Nigeria.