By some estimates, 50,000 children roam this city's streets, often because their parents cannot afford the fees at Government schools.
The streets of Nairobi are now divided into turfs, with gangs of girls run by what in Western terms would be considered pimps, and gangs of boys ruled by an older boy who enforces discipline.
They knock his windows and try to unlock his doors and call him to their attention.
They call him ‘customer’ ‘customer’ but like the dead, the man ignores.
A man leaves a bar in Nairobi’s CBD to his car, parked safely a yard away.