Police in Kisumu have arrested 40 youths that were planning to hold a party at Milimani Estate. The young men and ladies that were partying were seized by the officers after being informed by locals of a suspected gathering in the estate. The 40 were in to celebrate one of their friend's birthday party.
Among the 40 were 10 girls and 30 boys. They had gathered various gifts for their friend and were all set for the bash. This is against the country's Covid-19 containment measures laid down by the government. The young men and ladies seemed to be paying a deaf ear to public outcry over increased cases of such behaviour.
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Recently, 44 teenagers and another group were arrested by the police in what was suspected to be a dirty spree planned by their lady host who presumably as using them for business purposes. On the same note, seven school girls disappeared last week only to be recovered by DCI Officers.
The Kenyan young men and ladies are getting themselves into situations that might land them into life long trouble besides ruining their future. Parents should take stern action against such characters to salvage their lives early enough.
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