This is after a motion to ban commercial sex work in Kenya was passed on Friday December 1.
The motion that was passed on Friday December 1, sought to ban commercial sex work within Nairobi County with the MCAs raising concerns of the increased rate of sex work in the city.
According to the AIK they argued that the motion is retrogressive, unconstitutional, illegal and untenable.
In a letter written by AIK Chairman Harrison Mumia, addressed to the Council of Governors Chairman Josphat Nanok and Copied to the Attorney General, called on the MCAs to meet their demands and withdraw the motion failure to which would lead to a protest.
Mumia argued that banning sex work within the city is not going to help stop the trade from going on thus the need to embrace and contain it.
"Instead of banning prostitution the county should pass enabling legislation to facilitate running of brothels," Mumia was quoted by The Star.
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The Nairobi County has been given a 14 day ultimatum to meet the AIKs demands.
A debate of whether to pass the law or not is set to take place on Tuesday December 5.