It wasn't a pornography shooting, cameraman
22 May 2013, 10:30
Nakuru - One of the cameramen who were shooting a video in Nakuru has denied allegations that they were shooting pornographic movies.
James Mwaura who is alleged to have been the cameraman who was shooting the video said that there was some miscommunication and that they were shooting pictures of ladies wearing bikinis for marketing proposes .
“The entire thing has been misinterpretated by the media because we were basically shooting videos and pictures of ladies wearing bikinis and we do this for marketing our products,” he said.
"The owner of the building and the police visited the area and found northing wrong was taking place," he added.
He said the watchman who is said to have spread the news is also responsible for tarnishing the name of his company.
“The man who was manning this area showed up and the next thing we know is that the media is reporting that my company is involved in shooting pornographic videos,” he said.
The news of video pornography comes two weeks after 11 ladies were busted in Mombasa over alleged involvement is pornography.
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