POLITICAL GOSSIP

Online porn group of lawyers lures learned friends

In the group, they gleefully share dirty stories and porn clips are freely circulated.

In Summary
  • A group of lawyers are in a rush to join an online porn group where other learned friends freely post and discuss adult content.
  • An influential politician running a car wash and carpet-cleaning operation on land questionably acquired from the Kenya Railways along Lang'ata Road will be counting losses. 
A group of lawyers are in a rush to join an online porn group where other learned friends freely post and discuss adult content.
A group of lawyers are in a rush to join an online porn group where other learned friends freely post and discuss adult content.
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A group of lawyers are in a rush to join an online porn group where other learned friends freely post and discuss adult content. Sources indicate the administrator, himself a lawyer, has been offered money by a section of lawyers who want to be added into the high-voltage group so that they too can partake of its pleasures. The group currently has 138 members – although it is seeking 200 members before freezing admission. The lawyers are fighting tooth and nail to make the cut; vetting is said to be rigorous. The group is said to be a playground for very senior members of society who are seen as 'influencers'. However, in the group, they gleefully share dirty stories and porn clips are freely circulated.


An influential politician who has been running a car wash and carpet-cleaning operation on land said to have been irregularly acquired from Kenya Railways is a disappointed man. The public servant (Parliament Buildings pictured) could be counting huge losses with his businesses facing imminent demolition. A small bird whispers to Corridors of Power the politician had failed to thwart the latest bid by the agency to evict him. It is only a matter of time before the structures are brought down as they are on a railway reserve.


We recently told you of a critical department in the security sector whose staff has been running roughshod over investigations. It has now emerged the head of the department could be planning radical surgery targeting long-serving officers at the headquarters. The shakeup, set to kick in within a month, will also demote staff accused of holding brief for some county officers. There have been claims of a coordinated approach by the well-connected officers to shield some county officers from investigations. However, while the reorganisation is welcome, many observers see this as part of a cover-up after a bungled probe of a county from Nyanza. Some officers are said to have pocketed 'facilitation' that was airlifted to Nairobi.


Still on matters MPs, a disgruntled aspirant in an upcoming by-election is crying foul over a deal gone sour. The politician claims he has yet to receive his share of a negotiated deal in which he withdrew from the contest. He says his decision to quit the race was supposed to be appreciated, at least somehow. However, a key leader who promised him heaven has so far delivered nothing. The politician was overhead regretting and ranting to friends at a city hotel how he was coerced. It is not clear if he had a clear chance of winning.