Project X party of no value to Kenyan teens, says Senator
07 March 2016, 14:44
Nakuru - Nakuru County nominated Senator, Paul Njoroge has urged parents not to allow their children to attend the Project X party.
Njoroge said that the party is “crazy” and that it should not be allowed to take place at Kileleshwa this coming weekend.
“Do not allow your children to attend the crazy X party which is meant to take place at Kileleshwa,” the nominated Senator said.
Speaking Monday in Nakuru town, Njoroge called upon the police Inspector General Joseph Boinnet to stop issuance of the permit to that party, saying it is not good for the teenagers.
“As one of the leaders in this country, I won't allow such madness to be driven into our youths' minds,” he said.
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The Senator also questioned why NSIS department could not advice the government that the party was ill intended.
He also called upon Kenyans to reject the project X party since it is of no value to the teenagers.
Project X party has continued to elicit different reactions on social media with most Kenyans condemning it.
Some however said there were many such parties being hosted in the posh estates of Nairobi.
A Hollywood movie released 2012 which is said to have inspired the party was also sold in Kenya.
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