Makahaba waeleza jinsi wanavyovuna donge nono huku wakikabiliana na changamoto

Ukahaba ni biashara isiyo halali lakini ambayo inaoimarika sana nchini Kenya na hivi sasa inakua haraka kupitia mfumo wa kidigitali huku wafanyabiashara hiyo wakipata faida ya mamilioni ya pesa.

Katika makala maalum tulichunguza na kuwahoji baadhi yao;

Selina (ambalo si jina lake rasmi) mwenye umri wa miaka 26 anasema kwamba ukahaba ni biashara inayokuwa kwa kasi zaidi  nchini Kenya kwa njia ya kidijitali kutokana na kuongezeka kwa wateja.

“Kazi hii ilinisaidia kulipia karo yangu katika chuo kikuu cha kibinafsi. Ninalea na kukimu mahitaji maalum kwa mwanangu wa kiume wa umri wa miaka saba, na ndugu zangu wawili pamoja na mama yangu.”

Pia anasema kwamba ana vyumba vya kukodi Kileleshwa, ambapo pato lake ni shilingi 400,000 kila mwezi.

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Anita (tumelibana jina lake) anaendesha biashara yake katika barabara ya Koinange hadi City Hall.  Anasema anafadhalisha katika maeneno wazi  kwa kuwa hahitaji kukodi jumba maalum au madanguro.

‘Biashara yangu iliathiriwa wakati klabu ya Simmers ilipobomolewa. Katiba mpya pamoja na nyadhifa nyingi  kuongezwa tunapata tija nyingi sana” Anita ambaye alikuwa amevalia skati nyekundi alisema.

Rita (Siyo jina lake kamili) mwenye umri wa miaka 30, anaendesha biashara yake Huringham. Anasema kwamba anahofia jinsi ambavyo biashara hii inavyoendeshwa katika njia ya kidijitali.

“Kwa kipindi cha miaka miwili nina shauku tutakosa kazi. Baadhi yetu hatuna ujuzi wa teknolojia wa hata kutumia simu ya Android, achia mbali kutumia tovuti kunadi biashara yetu.

“Mabinti zangu huchukua vifaa vya kupima ukimwi kila mara wakiwa kazini.” Maureen alisema.

Kabla hawajaanza biashara, wanajipima kwanza. Shukran kwa wanafamasia wangu ambo huniletea vifa hivyo kila mara.

“Baadhi ya wateja wangu hujipima hata juma moja mapema kabla ya kujaamiana.” alisema.

Ijapokuwa ripoti hiyo ni nzuri, ikumbukwe kwamba ukimwi huchukua kati ya miezi sita ili dalili zionekana.

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Daktari Fredrick Kinama anasema kuwa yeye hutibu magonjwa mengi ya sanaa kutoka wakahaba.

Phelisters anakiri kuwa na wateja wa hapa nchini na hata kutoka ughaibuni.

“Ninaenda kila mahali  katika baraste kuu hadi madanguro mengi. Ninao wateja wangu wa kibinafsi pia, wengi hunandi kutoka kwa wovouti,” alisema.

 

Mystery as man dies after last cigarette puff at Simmers Restaurant

Photo source: The Star

A man died in his sleep at Simmers Restaurant on Koinange street, Nairobi on Tuesday evening.

Waiters became suspicious when Samuel Macharia remained still for a while.

Managers who sought anonymity said Macharia arrived at around 5pm and did not take any alcohol.

They said he only smoked at the designated area.

“At around 8.30pm, waiters discovered that the man was not waking up after sleeping for some time, then we decided to call Central police,” one of them said.

Macharia’s body was taken to City Mortuary.

The cause of death has not yet been established.

-The-star.co.ke

JUJA: Police Arrest 5 In Connection With Kidnapping Of 14-Year Old Student

Juja Preparatory School from where the 14-year old was kidnapped. | image source: jujapreparatory.ac.ke

Five suspects have been arrested in connection with Monday’s abduction of a Juja Preparatory School student in Kiambu county.

Ruiru Deputy Police boss Birgen Kiptoo said the 14-year old student, Martin Njoroge, was abducted by three people as he walked out of the school gate.

He said the abductors attempted to trick the boy into their waiting vehicle on claims they were taking him to his father.

“When the boy resisted he was bundled into the car and blindfolded using his school tie before the vehicle sped off,” Kiptoo told The Star in his office on Wednesday.

“When the victim had the blindfold removed, he was shocked to find himself in Parklands, Nairobi in the hands of his sister’s best lady friend. The friend according to the victim frequented their home and sometimes stayed there for months,” Kiptoo said.

Both ladies drunk in pubs on Koinange Street, a police source told The Star.

Kiptoo added that later in the evening the boy was blindfolded again and taken to a barber in Dandora, where the abductors left him overnight.

Kiptoo said the abductors called the boy’s father, Benson Njoroge Mungai, demanding a KES 3 million ransom to release or they will kill his son.

“After alerting police, sleuths started their work, they laid an ambush at Mungai’s home in Kenyatta Road Estate in Juja. When the vehicle, which was delivering the captive arrived at 8pm, the boy was rescued safely,” he said.

The STAR