‘Hookers’ throng Narok as wheat harvest, wildebeest migration season kicks off
4 months ago, 23 July 07:33
It is wheat harvest and wildebeests migration season in Narok County. It is a season the county’s capital, Narok town and centres near Masai Mara Game Reserve comes to life as ‘seasonal investors’ throng to cash in.
Every year, between July and September, Narok turns into a beehive of activities, as many kinds of people such as wheat buyers, farmers, lorry drivers throng the town to get a ‘fair share’ of the farmers’ proceeds.
Of interest, however, are the twilight girls who, like the ongoing Wildebeests migration happening in Maasai Mara National Game Reserve in the same county, migrate from different towns to ‘soothe’ farmers after a four-month wait for harvest.
As Crazy Monday found out, prostitutes arrived as early as July and have pitched tent in Narok town and other neighbouring trading centers such as Suswa, Nairegia-Enkare, Ntulele and Ololung’a in readiness for the big feast.
The call girls reportedly ‘migrate’ from Nairobi, Thika, Bomet, Kisii and Nakuru towns to provide ‘services’ to the ‘wheat tycoons’ and get their piece of cake.
While many of them come purely for ‘business’, some come with ill-intentions of robbing off the wheat farmers, leaving them wailing.
Ben Ole Nchoe, a resident of Ntulele trading centre, where wheat is grown in commercial scale, told Crazy Monday that some of the prostitutes are annual visitors who are known in the centre.
“They (prostitutes) have already arrived. They come and rent houses here and paying them for three good months purposely for entertaining the wheat farmers, traders, drivers and other merry makers,” said Nchoe.
Those who are in Narok town, according to a spot-check by Crazy Monday, hang around popular entertainment joints in town where they ply their trade, targeting the ‘loaded’ farmers.
In order to steal from their client, the girls, are said to be employing all manner of tactics. Some ‘spike’ drinks with ‘mchele’, before dragging clients to rooms, whilst pretending to be supporting them to walk as they ransack pockets.
So far, no ugly incident, as happens, has been reported. The county security team has cautioned farmers against such girls by urging them to embrace ‘cashless transactions’ by insisting on bank payments.
Area Deputy County Commissioner Ronald Mwiwawi noted that every harvest season triggers plenty of activities with conmen, fraudsters taking every opportunity to deprive farmers of their hard-earned cash.
The commissioners said there have been numerous cases, previously, of farmers losing their entire harvest pay to prostitutes, robbers and people offering sweet business deals that never come forth.
“It is wheat harvest season and everyone wants to get a piece. We urge our farmers to be very cautious of people who want to steal their sweat through seductive or fraudulent manner,” advised Mwiwawi.
In order to curb loss of money, the county commissioner called on the farmers not to carry cash from the harvest and instead insist on bank payments.
Mr Mwiwawi has, however, reiterated that the county welcomes all sorts of visitors, but will be vigilant on those who will engage in unlawful activities saying that the law will take its course.
“Any visitor is welcome ...
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