Recently, the popular annual Nairobi Festival (NaiFest) was held in the capital city and as expected, pulled a significant crowd of people.
Revelers who attended the concert over last weekend were, however, left disappointed after a number of artistes, including Nigerian singer Reekado Banks who was meant to headline the event, failed to perform.
Aside from the failed performance, revelers also claimed the event had its fair share of drama as crowds got into fights.
For instance, Gengetone artist Gwaash revealed that he was roughed up by bouncers just as he was just about to go on stage.
There were also several reports of thefts, fights and even assaults after the event.
From comments on social media, the highest number of people who attended the event were hoodlums just there to steal.
One famous teen by the name Shaq The Youngin became a victim as he was lured by one Taxi driver to board his car only for him to robbed and beaten.
In a graphic video uploaded to Instagram, radio presenter was bruised and battered explaining his ordeal of being ambushed as he was leaving the event.
He lost his iPhone during the incident.
The lack of readily-available transport was a major issue leaving the crowd stranded and vulnerable.
Itwas a thief’s heaven and that’s exactly what it turned out to be.
Blogger Edgar Obare also asked his followers who attended the event to talk about what they saw and experiences.
Most of the stories were scary as some ladies went on to reveal that they had to face the dangers of being sexually assaulted.
One medic also spoke of how a young teen was brought to his hospital after suffering injuries but sadly later passed away.
Stephen Munga alias Shanty was found today at the city mortuary and he was allegedly beaten to death.
Shanty had gone missing after he attended the NaiFest and his whereabouts became unknown after the event.
He is said to have been brought in at Melchizedek Hospital along Ngong Road by a group of boys who later fled.
Multiple cases of day-light theft, rape, and underage being allowed into the party have overshadowed the event’s turn-out success. “
People took to social media to demand for justice and that those involved be held accountable.
Today, Kenyan artist Muthoni The Drama Queen warned event planners against doing gigs due to the current situation which risks spreading the virus.
And looking at it, she is actually right and has a point because as we all know, life is right now has become tough and everyone is simply trying to survive.
No wonder there has been a sharp rise in theft, rape and even murder cases ever since the pandemic’s outbreak.
People should stay back at home and be safe.