Everyone in Kenya has been talking and screaming about these parties, especially parents.
"One night to lose your mind", No one goes back home a virgin”, these are some of the ‘catchy’ words used in the “Project X” posters to attract as many teens as possible to attend a type of wild, daring parties that have become a trend among Kenyan teens.
In these parties, attendees ared allowed to do anything they want (by ANYTHING, they mean; drink like never before, have sex and do all ratchet things under one roof).
Below is an example of info on one of such parties’ flyers that recently littered the city of Nairobi..
“ON MARCH 12TH HISTORY WILL BE MADE… CHICS…DUDES AND A WHOLE LOT OF BOOZE. COME AND EXPERIENCE THE HOUSE PARTY EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT, NO RULES, NO REGULATIONS. CARRY YOUR OWN HIGH WHETHER HERBS, PILLS – EVERYTHING IS LEGAL”
This left parents and guardians fearing that their children might attend this “evil party” without their knowledge and have called upon the police to help them stop the event. The police of course responded. The “Project X” event was banned.
Kenyans are still in shock after news went viral that over 100 teens were arrested by the police some days back at a house party in Lang’ata. The teens aged 18-20, are said to have been celebrating one of their friends “academic achievements”. Some of the teens tried escaping the police drag net by jumping over an electric fence but the police caught up with them.
And it was just a few days after, some teens were also busted drunk and having sex in another house party.