There is a sex trade with a “black Prado” clientele that continues to thrive under low post-Covid-19 in Trinidad and Tobago.
And part of the Venezuelan migration to T&T is to ensure the existence and, more so, the growth and expansion of this trade.
This was disclosed by Garvin Heerah, security official and former executive director of the National Operations Centre, lead presenter during a virtual discussion on “The Impact of Venezuelan Migration on Trinidad and Tobago: A Geo-Political Analysis”, last Friday evening.
Heerah said before the Covid-19 pandemic hit Trinidad and Tobago, this country was identified as a sex tourism destination.
“People were leaving all over the world to come to Trinidad for sex tourism.