Sonko News reporters on the ground can authoritatively confirm that commercial sex workers have thronged Naivasha town with the hopes of earning revenue from the Safari rally enthusiasts.
For the last few days, there has been booming business in Naivasha town which has been accompanied by influx of sex workers before the World Rally Champion comes to and end.
The lakeside town has experienced a high number of visitors from all corners of the world to watch the World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally which returned to Kenya after a whopping 19 years.
“I had hoped the business would be good but it has not been the case. Majority of us are struggling to get clients,” confessed one commercial sex worker.
“A taxi operator told Nation Sport that he had ferried a number of them around the central business district. Nightlife in Naivasha has largely been disrupted by the 10pm-4am curfew aimed at curtailing the spread of Covid-19.” Reported The Daily Nation.
In the meantime, Tejveer Rai, the son to the owner of Kabras sugar company was on Friday flown to Nairobi for urgent treatment after a fatal morning crash at the ongoing Naivasha Safari Rally.
Tejveer Rai who did not not suffer serious physical injuries despite his VW GTI Polo rolling several times before it nose-dived at Kedong was taking part in the intense rally to represent Kabras sugar.
In a video footage seen by Sonko News, the crash saw the rally enthusiasts respond fast by returning the vehicle to its correct position and checking whether the driver and his co-driver had sustained serious injuries.
Tejveer Rai is a three time Nakuru rally winner whom Kenyans hoped would give competitors from other countries a difficult time in the race.