It's bad news to 43 Bar Owners in Nairobi as Government has taken a stern action. This comes as complaints intensify among the people of Nairobi over noise pollution caused by entertainment bars in county of Nairobi.
According to the details, Nairobi City county alcoholic drinks control and licensing board has commenced the revocation of licenses of noisy entertainment bars in Nairobi. This comes as Nairobi residents sent complaints to the county government on the noise pollution caused by the entertainment bars.
In a statement, County director of liquor Hesbon Agwena said that they have received a number of complaints from Nairobi residents over noise pollution caused by entertainment bars. Agwena further indicated that the complaints has been received by the county environment compliance and enforcement officers.
"The complaints have also been received by the County environment compliance and enforcement officers and despite arrests and arraignment in court, the proprietors have refused to comply and continue to contravene the stipulated licensing conditions, “ Hesbon Agwena said in a statement
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