Saturday, 9 March 2013

Nigeria guys are now willing to sell their sperm in exchange for money*wink*


Dear Nigerian men, you
guys are now willing to sell
your sperm? Lol Here's an article I found on PM
News As the Nigerian economic
condition bites harder, many
male citizens are now ready to
sell their semen to couples who
need them for procreation,
P.M.News finding has revealed. Many of the respondents to the
vox pop conducted by our
correspondent said they would
not hesitate to donate their
sperm for cash as long as it is
not for ritual purposes but to help couples battling with
infertility have children. Those who said they would not
mind making their sperm
available for sale included young
men as well as married men. Donation of sperm and female
eggs to couples and fertility
clinics, considered a normal
practice in most parts of the
western world, had been a
discrete practice in Nigeria due to the country’s religious and
cultural beliefs. Only four of the 25 male
respondents said they would
never engage in such an act
with the excuse that it was
sinful. Some of those favourably
disposed to it said they would
donate their semen based on
the condition that they would
not be made to know who
exactly needs it while others said they were only concerned
with the money that would come
from the transaction. “Why won’t I sell mine if I see a
possible buyer?” asked Chibuike
Nnamdi who sells women’s wares
at the Ojuore market, Ota, Ogun
state, Southwest Nigeria. “As long as it is not for the
people to use it for rituals, I am
ready oh!,” he said.
A resident of Iyana-Iyesi area of
the state, who gave his name
simply as Michael, said once the money is good, he would sell his
semen. “Most guys these days ease
themselves by masturbating and
thus wasting fertile sperm
seriously needed by married
families battling infertility.
“Therefore, rather than for me to continue to waste mine, I am
ready to grab any opportunity
that comes with selling it. “I’m just imagining myself
masturbating and instead of
someone to scold me, he pays
me. That’s good enough,” the
graduate of Chemistry said. Mr. Mike, a married man who has
two children, simply asked:
“bros, where is it done? Where
is the hospital? Introduce me and
we will share the proceeds.” Another married man resident in
Ikeja who refused to mention his
name but said he had four
children, said many male
Nigerians including him would sell. Hear him: “it may sound absurd
at first for someone to approach
you to sell your sperm for that
purpose or for you to even
realise that you could sell it, but
in the end, you will sell. “Just imagine how many men
have kids outside wedlock, the
one they call love kids, which
they never tell their family but
which continue to trouble them
all through life. “Imagine again, how much you
would spend just to have extra-
marital affairs with a lady or
when you are dating her. In this
case, rather than for you to be
paying, someone is paying you.” Mr. Sumanu Giwa, a 40-year old
businessman in the Lagos Island
area of Lagos, said he would sell
on the condition that he was not
made to know the family that
needs the sperm. “If I have the opportunity to sell
to a hospital, I will gladly do it
and make some money which
would assist my business,” he
said. Sumanu’s friend, Monday, even
gave an insight into another
form of sperm donation.
According to him, some men
battling with infertility and have
no money to buy sperm from fertility clinic now pay young
healthy and fertile men to sleep
with and impregnate their wives.
“There would be an
understanding between the man
and his wife. Then they would travel very far and look for a
man very distant from them who
would sleep with the woman for
pay,” he said.
He said one of his friends living in
Asaba, Delta state now has a child from such mutual and
confidential arrangement. A resident of Agege, Mr. P. A.
Ayo, said he would rather see
selling of sperm to couples in
need as assistance to them. “Have you not heard of
situations where the woman
knows that the man cannot
impregnate her and she then
gets someone outside who dates
her and continues to pump children into her womb only for
her to bring the pregnancy
home to a very excited
husband? “We have such women all over
Lagos in case you have not
found out. So it is maturity on
the part of a man to agree to
getting his wife pregnant with
another man’s semen,” he explained.
A number of fertility clinics
engaging in the purchase of
sperm from men have sprung up
in Lagos over the years, many of
them are located on the Island area of the state. These clinics, which shroud their
operations in secrecy, have
sperm banks where they freeze
the sperms and keep them alive
since it is scientifically proven
that the lifespan of sperm is between 48 and 72 hours. Though they refuse to confirm
that they buy sperm, they
rather claim that men who give
out their sperms are simply
donors who get a token as
appreciation and encouragement. P.M.NEWS learnt that this
‘token’ is between N250,000
and N500,000 per release
depending on how buoyant the
clinic is, but these same clinics
make millions of naira selling it to couples.
“Before we allow such sperms,
we first carry out all the
necessary tests including
sexually-transmitted diseases,
blood group and genotype. “Then we extract the sperm by
majorly making the person
masturbate after which it is
frozen,” a staff of one of the
clinics told P.M.NEWS, adding that
to ensure success, they make sure the woman is fertile enough
to carry the pregnancy. “For women whose eggs are
deformed or who have problems,
we put them in the right state
before fertilisation. We could
even get eggs from female
donors and implant them in the wombs of these women. “I believe in miracles, but
sometimes when you hear that a
woman got pregnant after so
many years of marriage, it may
be as a result of sperm or egg
donation,” the staff disclosed, adding that the clinics continue
to monitor and care for the
woman throughout her
pregnancy period as well as keep
the identities of the donors
away from couples.

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