If you thought that the commercial s3x workers are the only lot of people who do business with their bodies, you will be shocked to be wrong. Many young ladies are fond of looking to a compensation whenever they are with a man. For Jacklin Wangui Wanjiku, things didn't end so well. After talking to her boyfriend of 31 years old, Stephen Gacheru for some time. The two planned to meet in Nairobi where they had fun, and eventually booked a room to spend together.
However, it is reported that the man woke up only to find his iPhone Galaxy stollen and the woman vanished. He reported the matter to the Central police station in Nairobi where the woman was straced and caught. However, according to the young woman, the man gave her his phone as a collateral for his unpaid debt. It is not mentioned where the woman was among the Nairobi s3x workers.
While in court, the woman explained that Mr. Stephen knew where his phone was and therefore she is not a thief. Probably she just paid herself.
According to K24 TV, the man had traveled call the way from Nyahururu to Nairobi to meet the Lady. Are these the things men go though in Nairobi hotels? Feel free to leave a feedback below. Please like, share and follow my page for more reads.
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