The Kenyan police has confirmed the arrest of 18 people who were partying naked at a house in Nairobi’s Jamhuri Estate on Sunday, April 26.
In a police report released on Monday April 27, it was gathered that one of the residents of the estate reported that at about 6.45 pm on Sunday, there was a party at the Hurliqueen Courts apartment.
Among those arrested were two 14-year-old boys, 10 men and 4 women aged between 18 and 28-years-old, a man and a woman each 30-years -old.
The police report read in part;
“It was reported today 26/4/2020 at about 18:45 hours by…a resident of Jamhuri that there was a party in a house within the estate. Police visited the apartment namely Hurliqueen Courts Metropolitan House number 4 and therein found 18 people, all naked with a camera.”
The suspects will be placed under mandatory quarantine for 14 days at their own cost, and thereafter get arraigned in court to face charges.
The Kenyan government on Friday April 24, extended the dawn to dusk curfew to contain the spread of coronavirus pandemic. Kenyans were asked to practice social distancing as a gathering of more than 15 people including parties and funerals, were also banned in the East African country.