According to the teenager, she was working as a sales girl in Victoria Island, Lagos before two middle-aged men told her they could help her find a better job abroad.
Police investigations revealed that the two men, Christian Awanebi and Ariwayo Olowede, who pleaded not guilty, allegedly took her to Burkina Faso sometime in 2011.
Mrs Anthonia Mgbemeje of the National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), who led the girl in evidence, said the men promised to help the girl get a job in a super store as a sales girl.
It was further revealed that on getting to Burkina Faso, the teenager was allegedly made to have s*x with men so she could repay N200, 000, the men claimed to have spent on her travel expenses.
According to her, she had s*x with over 10 men daily, charging an equivalent of N5,000 per person.
She said the men allegedly made her take a blood covenant, swearing not to tell anyone about her ordeal.
Lawyer to the accused persons, Mr Mac Johnson asked the court to adjourn the case for cross-examination of the girl.
And Justice Saliu Saidu adjourned the case till April 10 for continuation of trial.