Since the beginning of Corona Virus state of economy has been so bad and business have experienced either closure, losses or drop in normal profit. Among the people whose businesses experienced challenges, ladies who depend of "night Activities" were affected drastically. This is because the government imposed curfew which basically prohibits any activity past 10PM. Many families lacked money and some even broke up. As reported by "Nairobian" elder ladies whose families were affected by pandemic have resorted to the streets seeking greener pastures. One lady complained saying that some elder ladies have entered their space and they take clients making them go with nothing. She said that the competition is too high since everybody wants at least a customer. The lady said that many developed online means of getting customers and offering services. She said that unlike the past days where they all met in town, nowadays even older ladies book clients online and offer services in their houses. The girl went ahead claiming that even church ladies have stormed their job trying to get clients.
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