Pastors, journalists accused of promoting commercial sex trade in Nakuru
02 March 2016, 08:23
Nakuru - Elders in Nakuru County have accused church pastors and journalists of promoting sex trade in the town by frequenting the sex dens.
Led by their chairman James Kabage, the elders said men of the clothe and members of the fourth estate are regular clients of most sex workers in Nakuru.
Speaking Tuesday in Nakuru, the elders accused the two groups of failing to help the society in fighting the vice.
"Journalist and pastors in this town are frequent visitors to sex dens and they don't go there to be served or write stories; they go there to get services and this gives the sex workers confidence in their business," said Kabage.
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He faulted them for preaching water and taking wine.
"These pastors preach against this vice but at night they are into the same business while journalists condemn it during day time but at night they are the clients."
The elders called on the two groups to help end the vice which they said has become rampant in the town.
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