The popular Blogger Cyprian, Is Nyakundi, has this morning published a list of bars in Nairobi and its environs that have been flouting covid regulations in the country. The list of bars includes the one revellers were arrested earlier this week and slapped with a community service sentence for a week.
The list of the bars flouting Covid-19 regulations. Picture courtesy of Twitter
The 24 bars, spread across the county of Nairobi in the areas of Starehe, Embakasi, Dagoretti and and Westlands. Onyx Lounge that is along Ngong Road was recently closed after police raided it and arrested 57 people.
The statement in part reads, "Nairobi County of late has been experiencing and upward surge of Covid-19 community transmission following the members of the public unwillingness to adhere to MoH guidelines. Among those that are flouting these protocols include the owners/operators of the following bars."
The list goes to name Onyx Lounge in Dagoretti, Forty 40 in Westlands, Club Millionaires in Baringo and Triple H in Embakasi among others.
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