actually we’ve got the leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain.” Mr Buhari – whose anti-corruption efforts were recognised in the meeting with the Queen by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby – is understood to have been referencing the issue of Britain being used as a “safe haven” for criminals smuggling assets out of Nigeria.The president called for the establishment of international infrastructure to fight corruption and repatriate assets that are stolen and moved across borders.
In June 2015, she put an ad in a local newspaper looking for men who have paid for sex before and who would agree to pose for pictures in exchange for money.
According to the photographer, she got a massive response and had to carefully select the gentlemen to feature in her project.
The men were paid between and , an average amount of money they would spend on getting a prostitute. She met them at a local bar, explained the project and got their consent.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY FRANCESCO BELLINA FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL Sister Valeria Gandini lowers her head in prayer.
The young women, who adore the soft-spoken, 77-year-old Italian nun, do the same.