Kenyans.co.ke reported that Ombija explained that his Ksh60 million stylishly luxurious eatery was not included in the list released by the administration of Governor Johnson Sakaja..
"The restaurant has fully complied with all county and national governmental regulations," Ombija asserted.
"We are operational as always," he added.
The restaurant, according to the renowned journalist, is still serving members of the public.
"We did not make any mistake, in the first place," Ombija distanced himself from closure reports.
His high-end restaurant, Samaki Samaki, is located on Othaya Road in the affluent Kileleshwa neighborhood.
To capture the high-brow taste of its surroundings, it is designed around sea food and jazz.
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