‘Hookers’ throng Narok as wheat harvest, wildebeest migration season kicks off - 7 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.
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