Drug lord whose death remains mysterious, Boss Camara revealed to his fellow inmates at Nairobi’s Industrial Area Prison the number of times he enjoyed sex with TV queen Lillian Muli Kanene.
Camara was one of the over 20 foreigners, including controversial Nigerian
another drug king-pin Antony Chinedu who
were deported when the president first issued an order that sent them packing
before he sneaked back to Nairobi prior to his arrest.
While at the Prison Camara rivaled, the entertainment sources at the correctional
institution courtesy of the former VP Moody Awori, with his constant stories of
the number of prominent women he has slept with in Nairobi.
A section of former inmates who shared with him his cell (L6) at the prison
indicated that most of his stories mainly revolved around women and entertainment.
‘Lillian Muli prominently featured in the endless list of the number of
Kenyan women he confessed he managed to lure to bed during his hey days’’, said
one of the former inmate while offering an interview at 3rd class
SCOOPDESK is reliably informed that the former drug trafficker who died a
poor man before his killing accused Kenyan top leaders who described as
business partners turned foes for his downfall.
Camara’s body was discovered along Cemetery Road near Jamhuri Park few hours
after he was spotted sipping coffee at the notorious Simmers Club in the
capital City of Nairobi.