Investigations have established that the late Machakos Senator Boniface Kabaka visited the flashy 3Dee restaurant in the red light district of Nairobi’s Kilimani before hooking up with his lover Esther Nthenya.
Referred to as the ‘slaughter house’, the restaurant that recently opened to walk-ins but initially served in-guests only is frequented by politicians and controversial businessmen.
The 3DEE Apartments offer both short and long term leases making it an ideal hide out place for cheats, close to supermarkets, banks and in a cool surrounding.
The furnished one and two studio apartments also comprise of spacious lounges and kitchen. It’s super unique for politicians with illicit dates to surprise as it prides itself of ambush-proof security.
The hide out attracts MPs, senators, women reps, governors, ministers, PSs and top army and police officers with huge loots from the taxpayer’s hard-earned money.
Many Tangatanga politician have been warned by the DP William Ruto against passing by 3DEE Apartments after bagging hand outs and sycophancy allowances.
Senator Kabaka died on Friday, December 11, at the Nairobi Hospital where he had been receiving treatment in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for one week after visiting the controversial venue with his lover.