KFCB moves to stops another teen sex party

Dubbed Project X2, the event promising to take place in Kahawa Sukari now has the police hunting for the source of the poster released on Friday and would-be event organisers

The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) has vowed to do everything it takes to ensure that a purported ‘sex party’ meant for teens will not take place as indicated in an advert that has been doing the rounds on social media.

Dubbed Project X2, the event promising to take place in Kahawa Sukari now has the police hunting for the source of the poster released on Friday and would-be event organisers.

“Police have been put on high alert and are looking for the organisers. We promise to take action to foil this satanic activity whose agenda is to destroy our children,” said Ezekiel Mutua, the CEO of KFCB.

In March last year, police stopped the first Project X party that was scheduled to take place at an undisclosed address in Nairobi’s plush Kileleshwa estate.

The motives of the teen party were questioned as it seemed to idolise sex orgies and drug use.


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