Some people, most especially young girls who find it hard to survive on their own easily find refuge on the streets.
They think that exchanging their bodies for a few coins is a simple way of earning money.
"They have eventually got into prostitution at a tender age and the results are unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections, and getting into relationships before the right time," said Mani Charles, the owner of the voice behind the famous song Indaya which literally means prostitutes.
Mani says that the tendency of women and young girls resorting to street life instead of doing productive business to sustain their lives is what drove him to write and record a song in this context.
In his song he wanted to make it clear to the female species that every time they give in for prepaid sex, they lose part of themselves and yet they never get the intimate satisfaction.
"It has now become a profitable business, we do not realize that our bodies are precious and deserve respect," said
the upcoming superstar.
Mani says that it should be a responsibility for all to participate in the restoration of morals and ethics amidst the escalating misconduct due to increasing science and technology.
The song Indaya has been welcomed and praised by the public because it has a strong message that advocates against unacceptable conduct in society. However those in question (the prostitutes) received it with mixed emotions.
"Personally I think the song is aimed at violating human rights because we should also have our say when it comes to such issues," said Mukandayisenga Jadeite, a prostitute who does her illegal business at Hotel Novotel Umubano.