Salgaa sex workers vow to snub Kenyan clients
21 March 2016, 15:02
Nakuru - Commercial sex workers at the famous Salgaa trading center have vowed to boycott Kenyan clients because they pay poorly and harass them.
The sex workers under the umbrella Salgaa smart ladies have said that they will only be working with foreign truck drivers from Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania.
Speaking Monday after holding a peaceful protest against Kenyan truck drivers, the sex workers claimed that Kenyan truck drivers have been sexually assaulting them in groups and failing to pay for services.
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Their chairperson Naomi Terer said: “We want to tell all Kenyan truck drivers who park here that they are not going to be served here and they should look for somewhere else to get the services.”
“We cannot continue to serve ill-mannered Kenyan men who assault us after serving them instead of paying us and from today our target will only be foreign truck drivers,” she added.
Terer claimed that last weekend four girls were sexually assaulted after they were lured into a lodging by Kenyan truck drivers who fled after the incident.
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