Security officers recently raided a house on Kabarnet Road in Nairobi and arrested over 30 girls suspected of being involved in prostitution at a four-bedroom maisonette being operated by a popular Nairobi businessman.
Turns out the house served as a brothel for high-end businessmen, politicians and other VIPs who would visit the joint for sensual pleasures under the guise of going for massage services, reports the Standard.
Pornographic materials featuring Kenyan girls were confiscated, proof of pornography filming. In Kileleshwa as well as down town River Road, illegal sex and pornography making has been going on for years. Some time back, police at the Coast arrested a Swiss national, Christoph Clement, and a woman with DVD recordings in which 11 girls were involved.
Lately, there are many joints where college age girls can make a living as escorts and call girls in the disguise of models. There are local porn videos being shot in the country – ranging from dingy vernacular stuff shot in lodgings and backstreet brothels to high-quality videos in villas along the coastline. Pornography is illegal in Kenya.
The Standard reports that a private charter company once had a plane load of porn actors and actresses shoot an epic sex movie in one of our national parks at a luxury lodge. Another shocking finding has it that university hostels are becoming the home of blue videos, a huge business that is being run by powerful individuals in the city.
River Road is said to be the home of local porn production. Young girls involved in these downtown productions are paid about Ksh30,000 per film while the rates go up to Ksh100,000 in uptown Nairobi. The DvDs are sold on the streets by vendors for as little as Ksh50.
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