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Check-Out Why These 43 Clubs In Nairobi Are Going To Lose Licences

At least 43 entertainment venues in Nairobi will be shut down due to noise pollution, according to the Nairobi City County Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licensing Board.

The board has started revoking permits for loud entertainment venues in compliance with Sections 21(1) and 35 of the Nairobi City County Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licensing Act (2014). (3).

According to a statement from the county's director of liquor, Agwena Hesborn, the move was taken because the county had received several complaints about the clubs.

Agwena then gave the orders for the 43 premises to be cancelled, revoked, and shut down.

The letter was sent to all county executives, sub-county chairs, the Nairobi county commissioner, the CEC for Trade, the chief officer for security and compliance, and the Nacada regional manager.

Following complaints from locals about noise pollution and obstruction created by customers frequenting the joints, the operation was carried out by police on Saturday in cooperation with the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) and Nairobi County officials.

All of the suspects were brought to Central Police Station, and on Monday, October 3, they are anticipated to be charged in City Court.

MCA Kilelewshwa Robert Alai had petitioned the Director of Liquor Licensing to crack down on 15 Entertainment venues that, in his opinion, cause problems because to social vices such drug dealing and noise pollution.

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