Azimio affiliated blogger has now lauded Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja on his move to shut down night clubs in residential areas. However, she has now claimed that after the night clubs then the war should be wagged on mosques and churches so that they also stop the noise that they make for residents. She said that the next conversation should be about churches and mosques in residential areas. Digital strategist, Pauline Njoroge lauded Nairobi county government's move to ban nightclubs in estates, has now claimed that churches and mosques should also be regulated.
Reports by reliable sources said that mosques and churches make very loud noise during their keshas on Friday night. In her remarks she asked, "Why should neighbours be forced to listen to your prayers and songs? Also, the mosques in residential areas, do they have to do the call in the morning waking everyone up? In this day and age where people have alarms, is the call necessary if it is going to inconvenience other unaffiliated people?"
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