Women who offer men satisfaction for money have congratulated the government after the curfew rule was lifted in the country a couple of days ago. The escort girls now say that they are coming back in the business and hope to find more men who need their services.
Speaking in Mombasa County through Merylin Laini, the Executive director of women selling their services to men said that they have welcomed the new guidelines by the government after staying for close to two years without engaging in the act with men for money, they are now looking forward to making the business boom in two months.
Since the world is now heading to a festive season, the girls say that they are going to earn more, they have requested the government to extend the closing of bars and entertainment joints because most of their customers are drawn from there.
They said that when the government had hindered their operation, they were forced to engage in the act with their clients in bushes where no one could see them, other times they are forced to do it inside their client's parked cars, and at times they are forced to host them in their places which they confirmed was dangerous.
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