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Restaurant CEO Spends Ksh. 300,000 to Write a Letter to Ruto and Sakaja Over the Closure of Joint

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A restaurant owner has surprised Kenyans after spending Ksh. 300,000 to write a letter to President William Ruto and Governor Sakaja in one of the local dailies.

The CEO has asked Ruto and Sakaja to rethink the directive of closing bars, clubs and restuarants in residential areas. The wealthy man has stated that his restaurant does not play loud music but has been caught in what is going on. He says the licences is where the problem has begun.

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“Mr Ruto and our Nairobi Governor, the problem here starts with licencing. Clubs and Restuarants all have the same licence called Night Club Licence. That means that whether you own a restaurant or a club, the authorities refer to it as a night club. So when there is a problem like we have now then restuarants are also caught up in what should have only touched on night clubs only,” the letter has read.

The CEO has said that to come the rescue of restuarants that do not play loud music in the odd hours. The licencing affair needs to be looked into so that there are no joints that are punished wrongly.

He has pleaded with Ruto to intervene so that the stalemate is resolved in a shorter time so that he does not continue losing money and contribute to the country’s GDP.

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