Kileleshwa member of the county assembly (MCA) Hon Robert Alai has expressed his reaction after Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja issued a warning on night clubs in residential areas amid heavy police deployment.
The vocal ODM politician lauded governor Johnson Sakaja for the deployment of county askaris and officers from the national police service to deal with any night club that is contravening the new directives. Alai advised that those who wish to engage in merry should do so at the Nairobi Central district and not residential areas.
"Good job. We start with the thugs in Kileleshwa. Let people go rave in the CBD. Not residential areas. CBD should have all clubs," he said.
Alai has been a vocal champion against the activities of the city night clubs in residential areas, pushing for the businesses to be tamed over growing complains of noise pollution from Nairobi residents. The ban on night clubs had been made formal last week with some clubs taking time to adjust to the new rules.
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