Nairobi is one town that bustles with activity every day, legal or illegal.
One of the businesses that thrive big in what is described as the City In The Sun is prostitution and many locations in Nairobi have seen a rise in this business that is outlawed.
There are four main types of sex workers in Nairobi and each group has a unique way it does its activity;
1. House help prostitutes
Majority of them are women who usually go to people's homes to perform specific tasks including washing clothes over the weeks. Majority of them fall to married men and they play sex with male owners of homes they go to especially when the woman is away at work or in business. They use this bait to make an extra shilling.
2. River Road prostitutes
Most of them line up along River Road and in specific brothels where they take their clients for sex. They earn moderately as majority of their clients are not the rich class. At the end of their business, they sometimes part with what they earn to pay brothel owners or that pimp woman who introduced them to the business.
3. Barmaid prostitutes
These girls take advantage of the drunken nature of men in bars to seduce them. They organise for sex sessions after work and this, they usually do away from the city centre.
4. Estate prostitutes
This group is classy and loves transacting business in their houses. They are shy and prefer entertaining their clients in estates where few people visit. They charge moderate fees and some of them are highly educated. Don't get surprised to find out that the female accountant in your office is actually one.
5. Massage parlor prostitutes
Have you ever visited Kileleshwa, Lavington, Westlands and other splashy suburbs? Massage business in these areas have a happy ending. These girls who massage will touch a man in all sensitive areas and by the time he is heated up, they inform about the other service and close to 100 percent men comply.
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