Six Kenyan teenagers, others stage sex party amid coronavirus lockdown
London, April 28, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Two 14-year-old boys were among 18 people arrested by the police in Kenya for allegedly hosting what police a sex party in Kenyan capital, Nairobi despite strict order on lockdown amid coronavirus pandemic
According to the report by a leading Kenyan news website, Daily Nation, the 18, six of them teenagers aged 18 and 19 were found naked at a house party at Harlequin Court apartment complex and were subsequently arrested for illegal gathering.
Officers from Kilimani Police Station raided the house on Sunday after a resident raised alarm and informed them of the party.
At the scene, officers were said to have found the suspects, who range between 14 and 30 years in age, partying naked with a camera, an indication that the suspects may have been filming their orgy.
Nairobi Police Commander Philip Ndolo said investigations are ongoing to establish other crimes committed at the party, other than the illegal gathering and violation of Covid-19 prevention regulations.
“We are investigating other crimes suspected to have been committed. A decision will be taken after the investigations,” Mr Ndolo told the Nation on phone.
Meanwhile, Kenya’s confirmed coronavirus cases have risen by 8 to now stand at a total of 363.
This is after 3 more people from Nairobi, 4 in Mombasa and one in Kwale tested positive, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said in a statement Monday.
He said 8 more patients have been discharged, bringing the total number of those who have recovered from Covid-19 to 114.
The new cases are aged between 13 and 65 years. Five were picked by State surveillance teams while three are from mandatory quarantine facilities.