In the context where polygamous unions are socially accepted, Pentecostal pastors teach that a satisfactory sexual life restricted to marriage is the means of building successful monogamous unions.
However, sexual satisfaction might not always guarantee marital success, especially when people face problems of infertility.
The author suggests that the disciplinary regimes that these teachings promote contribute to shaping new modes of intimacy, which are compatible with societal changes but often contradict the extant social norms and ideals of reproduction.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) tracked her down and she was arrested by the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crime Commission in Benin City in March 2015.
Five of her victim's bravely gave evidence during her trial, including one who was rescued from prostitution in Montpelier, France.
The article addresses how Pentecostals in Benin navigate and negotiate cultural continuities and discontinuities in relation to church authority and family life.
In recent years, relations of intimacy in Africa have experienced important transformations.
David Fairclough, of the Immigration Enforcement crime team, said: "Asemota was the lynch-pin of a trafficking ring which targeted vulnerable young women in Nigeria, promising them a brighter future working in Europe."But it soon became clear that this was far from the truth.
The victims, some as young as 13, were told they would be sold into prostitution."Asemota traveled with the girls in order to threaten them and keep them in line."Asemota, originally from Benin City in Nigeria, was identified as a main suspect in 2012 but fled back to her home nation when some of her co-conspirators were arrested.
The court heard how the girls were forced into sex work through a mixture of threats to themselves and their families back in their villages, the use of "Ju-Ju" rituals and sexual violence including rape.
Asemota, who used Heathrow airport as a smuggling hub, was extradited from her native Nigeria earlier this year to face justice.
Brisa, 16, from Nicaragua, spoke about the importance of having girls and women in leadership positions.
She said: “As politicians we need you to commit to girls’ rights.
During the session, Sajju presented an action plan focusing on the issues faced by girls in Nepal and the solutions needed to solve them, which was handed over to President Bhandari who was in attendance.