Nairobi county Governor Johnson Sakaja two days ago banned and revoked licenses for entertainment joints operating in residential areas. The Governor revealed that no night club licenses would be issued or renewed for clubs operating in residential areas.
Following his orders, club owners and revelers last night found themselves in the wrong side of the law after armed officers raided various clubs in the county that were going against the directive.
Business owners have decried to the governor to rethink his orders stating that they depend on the night business to feed their families.
However, their pleas have fallen to deaf ears as the head of state President William Ruto has now urged the governor to continue with the orders.
Ruto on Monday, November 28, 2022 while addressing Kenyans at Tatu City urged the governor to keep the noise and disturbance away from their children. Ruto promised to assist the governor in all ways necessary to curb the menace.
President @WilliamsRuto: “Governor Sakaja, please keep the noise away from our children. You have our support.”
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