News that has winded the air is how victims have been stupefied by drinks in entertainment and end up losing cash, ATM, ID, phones, and other valuable goods.
This came to be a concerning matter after one of the gang leaders in illicit activities was shot six times in Mirema drive.
Samuel Mugote was a man who was the mastermind of the 'pishori' or 'Tamu' business who hired over 50 beauties and deploy them in different entertainment places.
The women who are beautiful and curvaceous are aimed at middle-aged men or old men who seemed to have fat bank accounts. According to research, they recognized such a person by the brand of drinks they ordered or how they dress.
Jacob said he went to a certain club to enjoy himself and that is when he met a lady. He bought drinks for her and later agreed to have some special moments where he booked a room. Unfortunately, Jacob could not recall what specifically happened instead he found himself after two days at Moi Referral Hospital.
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