Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has weighed in on the decision by Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja to avoid shutting noisy churches in residential areas. According to him, Sakaja is breaking the law by not enforcing the law against noise pollution.
"No one may break, overlook, or bypass the law. The governor of my jurisdiction, @SakajaJohnson, is breaking the law by refusing to enforce the law against noise pollution," he said on Thursday.
"Law enforcement means we may not make choices in certain situations. We must obey the law if we want to stay on the right side of the law. We would not disagree if we followed the law," he said.
"Enforcing the law is not a matter of choice." Johnson made the announcement during the ceremony for Green Park Terminal.
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