Police to guard against hedonistic Project X party

March 6, 2016 10:15 am
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Police say they will not allow events where illegalities are committed to take place/FILE
Police say they will not allow events where illegalities are committed to take place/FILE

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 6- Police in Nairobi have warned against plans to host an immoral youth party dubbed as Project X in Kileleshwa on March 12 after public outcry.

Police Spokesman Charles Owino says investigations are already underway to ascertain what the organizers are planning.

He has warned that police will not allow events where illegalities are committed to take place.

“Our attention has been drawn to the hue and cry over an ongoing advertisement inviting interested youths to attend a party dubbed “Project X’ to be held on 12th March at a venue alleged to be within Kileleshwa, Nairobi County,” reads a statement from the National Police Service.

The organizers of the event have been circulating posters with appealing coded information targeting youths in the country.

From the posters, it is apparent that the activities set to be carried out may be illegal.

“…old enough to know it’s wrong but young enough not to give a ****,” one of the posters circulating on social media reads.

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