The Corona Virus pandemic has been a big blow to the Kenyan economy as many businesses have always been affected. Many people have been crying losses as others have lost their job at such hard economic times when the price of fuels has gone up.
The commercial twilights ladies who trade for their services mostly at night were greatly affected due to the restrictions such as curfew and closure of bars and night clubs. This has forced many of them to look for their clients as they work from home.
Kenyans have been spending too much money for the 'illicit act' in lodgings as they satisfy their body desires. According to the Standard, Kenyans have spent over Kshs. 48 Billion in lodgings hence a clear indication that there is more money in circulation for such services.[Photo|Courtesy]
This has sparked mixed reactions from majority of Kenyans as others highlight that we are living in a rotten generation that is just ready to spend money on the 'illicit act'.
The amount Kshs. 48 Billion is a sum of the cumulative statistics since the onset of the corona virus pandemic in Kenya. This is a clear indication that the business was thriving despite the shortcomings attributed by the corona virus pandemic.
Kenyans have highlighted that the amount wasted in lodgings should be invested in other areas of development such as helping family members or financing education.
This comes a time when the twilight ladies of the night rely on the amount they get in lodgings for then services they offer hence it is a big boost to them as they meet their daily needs.
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