14-year-old Among 18 Arrested At a Nude House Party in Jamuhuri Estate

An image of Kenyans Partying
An undated photo Kenyans partying at a night club.

18 people amongst them a 14-year-old were on Sunday evening arrested at a house party in Jamhuri Estate following a tip-off from members of the public.

According to the police report, the 18 individuals were all naked and in possession of a camera in what is suspected to have been a pornography video shoot.

In a police report reports seen kenyans.co.ke a member of the public tipped the police on a gathering within the estate which was a brazen breach of social distancing directives issued by government.

An undated image of a police vehicle at a scene of a crime
A police vehicle pictured at a scene of a crime

“It was reported today 26/4/2020 at about 18.45 pm by a resident of Jamhuri that there was a party in a house within the estate. Police visited the apartment namely Harlequin Courts Metropolitan house no. 4 and therein found 18 people all naked with a camera.”

The 18 shall be put under mandatory quarantine for 14 days at their own cost and thereafter get arraigned in court to face charges.

Since the curfew was declared several Kenyans have been arrested for flouting the social distancing and curfew directives with hawk-eyed Kenyans assisting police and the government to ensure that the directives are adhered to.

On Saturday, April 18th six individuals were arrested at a private house party at Mirage Villa, in Kileleshwa. According to neighbours the six had already been warned against having parties but ignored their warnings.

The Health Cabinet Secretary has on several occasions warned Kenyans against ignoring laid down directives put in place to curb the spread of Covid-19, arguing that not only do they put their lives at risk but also risk the lives of others who may contract the virus through them.

"This disease is not a joke. Kenyans must treat this matter with the seriousness it deserves by adjusting and changing their lifestyles. If we continue to behave normally this disease will treat us abnormally. Behaving normally under these circumstances is akin to having a death sentence;'' said Mutahi Kagwe on March 22nd.

Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe speaking during a presser outside Kenyatta National Hospital, April 2020.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe speaking during a presser outside Kenyatta National Hospital, April 2020.



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