Saturday, September 15, 2012

PROSTITUTES have migrated from NAIROBI to …… where …. Here is the ANSWER

-Hundreds of prostitutes from all walks of life have pitched camp in Narok County in search of easy money as wheat farmers get paid millions for the sale of the crop whose harvesting season is at its climax.

Peterson Maelo, the Narok police chief yesterday said they had arrested 50 prostitutes, who were targeting farmers in Narok and Ololunga towns.

Wheat farmers walk with huge bundles of money and are easy prey for criminals. Robbers have also not been left behind. Cases of robbery have also skyrocketed in the area. The harvesting season is the best time for everyone in Narok, because there is always a lot of money in circulation.  

According to Narok Chamber of Commerce and Industry branch chairman William ole Supeyo, more than Sh70 million changes hands daily in the dusty town.

The wheat boom has attracted tourists who have come to witness wildebeest migration in the Mara, robbers and commercial sex workers, as well as other visitors with sinister motives.

Police have been on the red alert to prevent rimes since the harvesting season started few months ago.

A Narok town hotel manager said they had received several complaints from wheat farmers and other customers who have lost money and other valuables.


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