School Girls?

July 11, 2007 at 9:20 am 1 comment

No words, yesterday night KTN aired an expose (how the hell does one get that “e” with the kathing ontop?) anyway the piece was about school girls who ditch school and prostitute. now before you go like what’s shoking about that? these girls don’t drop out of school, the prostitution is  a ‘side hustle’. apparently the girls leave home in uniforms, get to the CBDA into lodgings, mostly on Tom Mboya and hawk their bodies, and go home in the evening as normal.

whats really sad is that they charge like ksh. 500-800 (about $8-$10). and this is wide spread. to think that activists are busting their asses to stomp out child prostitution and yet many underage girls are willingly peddling their bodies is horrendous to say the least.

where in the fudge is this world heading to? i used to ‘skive’ school once in a while but the most major thing that happened was a run in with Mary Jane (can that be held against me? like in court or something?) but these girls,Good Lord, are scaring the fudge out of my planned parenthood.

and on that note to all you parents out there- God Bless you- esp single parents, you’re most unappreciated

if this is what the girls are up to, what do the boys do? and where or how do you start addressing such an issue?


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  • 1. Renee  |  July 17, 2007 at 9:41 am

    gone r the dayz when we used to hepa school, find our way to hotel under construction……. its not what u r thinking….. for a swim. We would bribe the watchi en he would allow u to get quick swim in their huge pool!!!!!

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