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The desperate youngsters have set up home among crumbling tombs in the hope it will keep them safe from evil. Scores of children who sell their bodies to stay alive have taken up refuge among the dead — believing it will keep them safe from evil. There was nobody to protect or look after me. I am not happy at all, but I have nobody to turn to. I have been lucky never to have got pregnant — and I am not afraid of Aids because hopefully God will protect me.
When Ebola ravaged the country, all she could do was carry on, and pray. Police say the problem is soaring, with scores of sex workers aged just 11 or 12 bartering in bars and clubs. UK charity Street Child is supporting children like Princess, helping them to seek counselling and education.
Another friend of Princess, emaciated Daniel Johnson, 12, feels he is lucky to have a place among the skeletons after Ebola wiped out his close family last year. We have nobody else, and nothing else.
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