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No More Fun And Partying As Clubs Are Closed In Nairobi County

43 clubs in the county had their alcohol licenses canceled due to noise pollution by the Nairobi City County Council Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licencing Board.

The County Liquor Board had received complaints about excessive noise and vibration on licensed liquor premises from various resident associations and the general public, according to Director of Liquor Licensing Hesbon Agwena, who wrote a letter to county technical teams including security, health officials, and NACADA. This led to an inspection due to noncompliance.

Hesbon stated in the letter that despite arrests and court arraignments, the proprietors have refused to comply and continue to violate the licensing requirements.

"The complaints have also been received by the County Environment Compliance and Enforcement officers," Hesbon wrote.

Hesbon suggested that the participating teams work with NEMA and urban planning officials in order to provide direction and support for the project.

"According to the provisions of the Nairobi City County Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licensing Act 2014 in accordance with Sections 21(1) and 35(3), you are directed to begin the process of canceling, revocation, and closing down the underlisted premises", Hesbon stated.

The clubs comprise;

Viva Lounge, Numero 5, Marula Manuor Garden, Taiyana Garden, Marine Garden, The, Clique Lounge, Pioneer Resort, Sufra, Orchid Lounge, Edus Bar, La Baite, Quiver, Vineyard, Paris, Coco Rico, Bar Next Door, Kettle House Bar Grill, Enzone, Dejavu, Eden Bliss, Castle Dan, Gardens, Havens Lounge, Coyote,e Tipsy Lounge, Ibury, Bwibo,

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County Liquor Board Hesbon Liquor Licensing NACADA NEMA

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