Prostitutes warned against flocking Othaya as KTDA releases bonus
26 September 2015, 08:36
Nyeri - Othaya MP, Mary Wambui has warned commercial sex workers against flocking her constituency at this time when tea bonus payments are set to be released by KTDA.
Wambui said local tea farmers will not allow the twilight girls to reap from the farmers who have toiled hard for the money in the last one year.
“Those who have started renting rooms in Othaya town and wearing skinny skirts and braided hair in order to harvest from our men are not welcomed here. Let the families celebrate their money in peace,” said the MP.
She advised men to be wary of such women saying they will leave more problems of sexually transmitted diseases than blessings.
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Wambui urged men to be accompanied by their wives when withdrawing money in the financial institutions.
There are reports that commercial sex workers have started renting rooms in Othaya town ahead of the bonus payment which will be released next month.
Most residents of Othaya are tea farmers and deliver their tea at Gathuthi, Iria-ini, Gitugi and Chinga tea factories.
The KES 63.6 billion was announced by KTDA last week as the final payments of the tea farmers countrywide.
Wambui was speaking to journalists at Othaya town PCEA church on Friday after attending the burial ceremony of Nderitu Macharia, who was local businessman.
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