After conducting successful raids on Sunday night, Governor Sakaja has been given a boost by President Ruto. Ruto says that the work Governor Sakaja is doing is a great one and he should be support to ensure that Kenyans’ residential premises are respected.
Ruto has told Sakaja that the work he is doing is a good one more so at this time when people are going into festivities and children are doing their examinations. The president says that the noise should be kept away from children to ensure that they live and grow in conducive environments.
Governor Sakaja has started implementing his order that required bar owners to stop operating in residential areas. The clubs have been blamed for creating noise pollution in areas where people live making it impossible for some people to sleep at night. Noise from the music played in those areas and revellers having good times in those places have made life unbearable in some estates in Nairobi.
“I support you in ensuring that noise is kept away from our residential areas. The noise should be kept away from our children who deserve conducive environments to live. Keep doing the good work,” Ruto has said.
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