Brothels in nairobi
Reports allege gay and bisexual Kenyan men are deceptively recruited from universities with promises of overseas jobs, but are forced into prostitution in Qatar and UAE.
Kenyan women are subjected to forced prostitution in Thailand by Ugandan and Nigerian traffickers.
Some children in Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps may be subjected to sex trafficking.
Children from East Africa and South Sudan are subjected to sex trafficking in Kenya.
Thousands of bars can be found in Kibera, each consisting of little more than a few walls and a roof thrown together with some old tin.
Bar licenses in the slum are non-existent, though sometimes policemen have to be bribed in order for them to keep operating.
They call him ‘customer’ ‘customer’ but like the dead, the man ignores.
Another shouts to him the price for the night, and another calls him sweetheart, drunk to his full capacity, the man doesn’t waste a minute to stare.
A man leaves a bar in Nairobi’s CBD to his car, parked safely a yard away.
For those who can, opening a bar can be a profitable business.
Often owners of bars will freely allow prostitutes to work on their premises, knowing that by having girls more men will be enticed to come to their bar.
He finally picks out of one the twilight girls and off they go. Prostitution is fast getting online in Kenya with websites and social network pages awash with ‘shops’ of sex workers ready to offer home, hotel and escort service and just about everything.
Kenya has 19.1 million internet users according to the CCK Quarterly Sector Statistics Report fand 31 million mobile phone subscribers, 40 percent of which are smartphones or data enabled phones.