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      Global Leaders and Diplomats Experience Lavish Nightlife at the 78th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York

      During the 78th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, leaders and diplomats from around the world are indulging in extravagant nightlife activities, including high-end prostitutes and VIP strip clubs, spending thousands of dollars per session.


      Sources have revealed that a single session of these activities can cost as much as $5,000. This extravagant nightlife is taking place as leaders and envoys from 193 nations gather for the UNGA to discuss critical global issues such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Ukraine conflict, and climate change.

      Among the attendees is President Bola Tinubu of Nigeria, accompanied by a delegation of ministers, aides, and officials. While significant matters are deliberated during the day, some government officials are seeking stress relief through the services of prostitutes, despite the exorbitant charges.

      Many of these high-end escorts are flown in from locations like Las Vegas and Europe to meet foreign emissaries in New York’s five-star hotels. Diplomats are discreetly meeting these courtesans in hotels to avoid potential sex scandals, as exposure could have severe consequences for their political careers and reputations.

      The escorts have reported that diplomats from conservative countries often seek these services because they are unable to fulfill their sexual fantasies in their home countries. In addition to prostitution, some diplomats are spending large sums, up to $100,000, for VIP private rooms in strip clubs to enjoy lap dances.

      This extravagant nightlife during the UNGA has attracted a different crowd, with government officials indulging in activities not commonly associated with diplomatic gatherings.

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      Awon Diplomats Isonu

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      We expect so much more from these guys and yet this is the rubbish they do with funds… Various countries are lagging in so many areas such as schools, health cares, electricity and yet funds are being mismanaged due to selfish acts and interest. How terrible????

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        Esther Amadi

        Exactly, see where our money is going to?

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