A few hours after Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua advised club and matatu owners to say put amid Governor Johnson Sakaja's recent calls of having matatus kicked out from the CBD and clubs moved from residential areas to the CBD, the second-in-command has been told that the order to stop clubs from making noise in residential areas is going to stay come what may.
Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai who played a crucial role which saw some clubs shut down in the capital has boldly told DP Gachagua that whether he likes it or not, clubs are going to be stopped from making noise to residents.
Alai questioned Gachagua's motive when he asked club owners to stay put, noting that it is as if those affected by the noises are lesser humans.
The ODM MCA wants President William Ruto to intervene and stop his deputy from making such statements
Hey President @WilliamsRuto, Why MUST we deal with this every day? Those being made noise to by clubs are NOT human beings with constitutional rights? Is the country now being run like a Mungiki brothel? We mean business. Noisy clubs will close apende asipende," Alai said.
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