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Nightclubs, wines and spirits joints banned in Nairobi within these areas.

In a move to curb noise pollution in Nairobi, Governor Sakaja has revoked licenses for nightclubs and wine and spirits businesses being operated around the residential areas.

Only those operating within the CBD will be allowed to renew their licenses. Bars within residential areas have also been ordered not to play music past 10:00 pm.

circular seen by the standard media group,dated November 25 noted had the following information;

“Bars and restaurants in residential areas must operate within the specified time and control noise emanating from their premises".

Liquor joints will also be required to provide parking spaces for their clients, and that vehicles parked along the roads and footpatha shall be impounded.

The revocation comes day after several complains by Nairobi residents about the noise pollution from the joints entertainments, with some going further to sue the joints owners.

Some of the affected joints include, Ibury, Tipsy Lounge, Oyster Bar, Onyx, Paris, Coco Rico, Vine Yard,Quiver, Loft, Hera Aqua Garden, Numero 5, among many others.


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CBD Nairobi Sakaja


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