A man from Kasarani is currently nursing the pain of losing valuable household items after he foolishly fell into the trap of thirsty vultures disguised as slay queens at a local entertainment joint in the outskirts of Nairobi town.
The guy whose story went viral on Twitter narrated how a night out with one of his friends at Switch Lounge Bar & Grill in Kasarani turned out turbulent after a pair of ladies they ‘Chipo’d’ home robbed him the following day.
Among the items stolen was a Sh80k laptop and other valuable gadgets which he now seeks help in reclaiming.
From WhatsApp messages shared by his friend, was lucky enough to record a video of one of the girls when they got to his house that night.
According to him, he suspected something fishy when at one point both of them followed his friend, who was as drunk as a skunk, to the bedroom.
“So apparently my pal was robbed by these Mchele Ladies on Club Switch Kasarani. A laptop worth 80k and other valuables. They were there last weekend. One of them was wise and decided to record after smelling something fishy. Below is the video of one of the ladies,” began the thread.
So apparently my pal was robbed by these Mchele Ladies on Club Switch Kasarani a laptop worth 80k and other valuables. They were there last weekend. One of them was wise and decided to record after smelling something fishy. Below is the Video of one of the ladies
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— Kimuzi (@Kimuzi_) October 14, 2021
From screenshots provided by the post’s author, ‘Club Switch’ in Kasarani looks to be a favourite spot for the notorious ‘Mchele Gang’.
Revellers have been in the past advised to stay vigilant when having fun at the entertainment joint.
This latest story is hardly any surprise.
Nairobi’s party scene has over the years witnessed an upsurge in cases of men waking up with no recollection of events, and a bank account teetering on the minimum balance.
The ladies who drug them are said to have a special eye for national government employees, senior policemen and bankers, and most of the time target men who have cars.
In some unfortunate incidents, victims have been found dead, hours after being drugged with GHB and Rohypnol, identified as the most commonly used drugs.
The most common effects include unconsciousness, inability to protect ones’ self, memory loss, nausea, vomiting, poor coordination and sleepiness.
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