The organisers of an immoral youth party dubbed as Project X has vowed that the party will go on despite the ban by police.
The organizers maintain that the Project X party is not a sex orgy as has been reported by a section of the media.
“Its very saddening that the media has portrayed the event Project X in a manner that is wanting, branding the event as a sex party through the basis of one sentence ‘No one goes back home a virgin’ clearly shows how some media houses can be narrow minded,” Project X Organisers said in a statement.
Project X party was set to take place on the 12th of March at an unknown venue in Kileleshwa.
The police yesterday banned the party adding that they have launched investigations into the event.
“Our attention has been drawn to the huge and cry over an ongoing advertisement inviting interested youths to attend a party dubbed “Project X’ to be held on March 12 at a venue alleged to be within Kileleshwa, Nairobi County. We are taking action to establish what exactly the organisers are planning. We will not allow events where illegalities are committed to take place,” said the police.
Posters advertising the event had lines like “No one goes back home a virgin, One night to lose your mind, Everything goes… the less you wear the better… ”
Charges for the event are Sh 500 (ordinary) and Sh 2,500 (VIP) for the advance tickets and Sh 1,000 (ordinary) and Sh 3,500 (VIP) at the gate.