Weird reasons why Kenyans love going to uhuru park to get intimate

A Nairobi man was slapped with a fine of Sh1,500 or serve a jail term of one month for having sex at Uhuru Park grounds in broad Daylight.

The man identified as Maina was showcasing his sexual prowess on Joyce Wanjiku before his luck vamoosed.

Here are the reasons why some Kenyans love getting intimate in open fields such as Uhuru Park.

Mr Maina arrested for getting intimate in broad daylight at Uhuru Park

  1. It is free
    Let’s be realistic no one will charge you for sleeping on the grass or on a bench especially if they do not know that the reason you are there is for a sexual escapade. So why waste Ksh 2500 on dingy lodging in town when you can easily get a room for free under the sun/moon.
  2. There is no rushWe all know that hotel rooms work on a schedule

    Most hotels charge you according to the hours you spend. The problem comes in when a man has a libido higher than Mt Everest but pockets flat than a tarmacked road.

    So what is a man to do unaenda tu Uhuru Park where you can get ‘fully serviced’.

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  3. No condomsWe all know that most men hate using condoms. Even when you have them on your hands a man will always find an excuse not to use one.

    One advantage of using an open field for such escapades for a man is that he will comfortably say ‘Babe unajua hakuna chemist karibu?’.

    Just like that, he will enjoy raw ‘goods’.

  4. No need to clean upThe other silly but realistic reason why people love romping on open fields such as Uhuru Park is that there is no need to clean up.

    You have probably heard the phrase ‘Thie ukiumaga (Go drying)’ well it applies perfectly in this case.

    You finish with your business and go drying.

    The final reason why people love open fields is that some men are so broke to even afford a post-coital meal.

    Thus Uhuru Park works just fine for the rendezvous.

Vigil For Fallen KDF Soldiers To Be Held At Uhuru Park

A vigil for KDF soldiers killed in an attack by Al Shabab in Eladde, Somalia will be held at 5pm today at Uhuru Park’s Freedom corner

The event will be hosted by members of  the civil society, who have suggested that the government should build a monument in honor of fallen soldiers.

They further urged those who wish to attend the vigil to carry a candle or flowers, to be laid down and lit at the site.

The government is yet to give the official number of the fatalities and those still missing following the attack.

#147isnotjustanumber vigil at Uhuru Park

Following the death of 147 people in a gun attack at the Garissa University, the Kenyan online community has come up with the harsh tag #147isnotjustanumber  used to show solidarity with the families, friends and colleagues of the people who died.

The attack that was reminiscent of the Westgate attack has led to the condemnation of our security forces and the manner in which they conducted themselves during the attack.

Today Tuesday 7th April starting from 5pm to 9pm Kenyans from all walks of life led by activist Boniface Mwangi, family and friends of the deceased have organised a vigil at the Uhuru park Freedom corner in honour of the departed.

There will be a board that will be used to put up photos and hand written notes, cards etc to remember the lives of the students who’s dreams were cut short by the attackers.

They will also remember the lives of the policemen and security guards who died in the line of duty and will later hold a prayer for the families, friends and colleagues of the departed.

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