Although the house of God are supposed to attract people toward where they are located for the purpose of spiritual nourishment, it is not always the case as some of them discriminate and cause untold suffering to human being.
Resident of Eastland area in Nairobi county have decided to migrate and settled in the sorrounding estate accusing the nearby church of making excess noise. "Music instruments are opened at the highest volume risking our kid to become deafs." Said a resident. "Prayers starts immediately at 4am every day and we hardly sleep." He added.
Conferming the incident, the area assistant county commissioner disclosed they have written a letter to National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) to investigate the matter and take action against the church. "The law prohibits any form of noise exceeding a distance of one kilometer." He stated.
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