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Nairobi’s Estate Where Churches Are Banned

In the Nasra estate on Spine Road off of Kangundo Road, churches are not permitted due to concerns about air pollution. When you first arrive at the estate, one thing strikes you: the eerie silence. The entrance gates of each court are constantly closed.

Multiculturalism is a blessing rather than a hindrance in this country, where there are Sudanese, Somalis, and a few Kenyans.

The estate, which is located inside the courts, doesn't have any churches or bars. There are just institutions like schools and hospitals. Either go to the surrounding estates or to the court's border along Spine Road.

The estate is a restricted area, and only Nairobi Christian Church was first given permission to build a church there. No one may erect a church inside the estate due to noise pollution.

The specified church is situated at the other end, close to Mama Lucy Hospital, and no other church was allowed inside the estate.


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