Why I will never go back to Mombasa after my encounter with a prostitute in Mtwapa
By musyoki ngina
| October 3rd 2016
people go to Mombasa, the place they visit the most is Mtwapa. Mtwapa is
popular in Mombasa but for all the wrong reasons. People who love partying will
find the place spectacular. For those who love hookers, Mtwapa is the best
place to find them.
Commercial sex workers operate anytime of the day; morning,
evening and late night. Some of these prostitutes do not even seem to care what
people will say about them. In fact, they actually seem to be proud of
The other day, a friend told me he encountered a prostitute and
the conversation was as follows.
“Oya vipi... njoo nikupe
mazuri," said the prostitute.
"Zii niko fiti."
said my friend David.
"Wacha za ovyoo wewe...
maisha ni ya nipe nikupe.. saa waja ama huji?" the prostitute
"Nimekushow niko fiti
kwani uko desperate aje wewe si
utafute mtu ako interested.. malaya
wewe" David replied.
"Wololo... ati umeniita
aje.. una akili nzuri wewe.. mimi malaya.. wataka nkuonyeshe mambo... ngoja uone" said the hooker who was
lifting her middle finger in the air.
David says what followed next will forever haunt him. The
prostitute tore her clothes apart and started screaming that David wanted to
rape her. People came to the rescue of the woman as they beat up David.
David was left all bruised up and vowed never to return to Mtwapa
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