Kenya: Detectives Arrest 7 Female University Students Filming ‘Adult Films’

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Police Officers in Kakamega have detained seven women believed to be University students after they found them engaging in producing explicit content in Mwiyala Ward, Sheywe-Sub County of Kakamega.
Reports indicate that the suspects who include a Ugandan national led lives that seem to be a contrast between their public lives and their reported involvement in producing adult content. This allowed them to maintain an extravagant lifestyle hidden from their neighbors. Mwiyala residents expressed their disgust with the incident and the negative impact it had on young children.

A concerned resident commented, “What these girls have done is portray a very bad image to young kids. Parents assume that their children are in school studying, only to receive such disheartening news of their involvement in such activities for quick financial gains,”

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According to Kakamega County Police Commander Joseph Kigen, the suspects were also taken into custody with their equipment which includes cameras and other electronic devices that are linked to adult content production. According to Kigen,

On a call with Radio Citizen, Kigen said, “The DCI is investigating this issue therefore we cannot give further information on the case before we are briefed on more by the Cyber Crime office because those devices have been taken for forensic testing to verify that they indeed partook in such activities,”

Joseph further revealed that detectives are still pursuing leads to identify other accomplices who are associated with the group. Residents are also urging the government to address the issue and take favourable measures to prevent its recurrence.


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