Days after Nairobi county governor honourable Johnson Sakaja ordered that clubs and bars should not be in residential areas because of noise, bar owners have improvised other means to ensure that they carry out their businesses without destructing people. There was a video trending online with people in a club wearing headphones at Clarett Lounge in Roysambu, Nairobi. This is an indication that the people are coming out with different means of keeping their businesses going.
As People Daily reports, they have established that several bars have decided to give patrons with earphones to counter the noise. This came after many clubs in Kileleshwa, Kilimani and Lavingtone were closed because they did not follow the orders given by the governor. Some have also decided to be closing by 10PM. That they are afraid of crossing the line making their licenses to be revoked.
It should be noted that the president promised that he will support Sakaja to make sure that the children in residential areas are not affected by the noise.
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