Betty Az a kenyan lady living in United States of America has explained the one mistake that can easily kill you especially if you stay in America.She also explained some of the things one needs to do when they get to America especially if one owns a car. The kenyan lady revealed on a video she shared online by stating that in America,if you own a car you need to take the car for emission test.She stated that no car in America is allowed to emit smoke in the air and once you are caught,you can get arrested.
Matatus aka "nganya" are vehicles that transports people and services in the cosmopolitan city of Nairobi. These vehicles provide cheaper and affordable transportation services to Nairobi dwellers. They therefore charge pocket friendly fare. "Nganyas" in Nairobi are preferred by many people. However, the new trend by some of the "nganya" drivers seems to be sending away there esteemed customers.
Nairobi Club Owners And Employee Convene Prayer Meeting To Ask God To Intervene Over Recent Crackdow
Night club owners together with their operators have held prayer meeting following recent crackdown of night pubs situated in residential areas. The owners and the employees have sought divine intervention citing that the recent move by the county government of Nairobi have left many breadwinners unemployed. "It is estimated that out of the 400 bars licenced as nightclubs in the city, each of them employs about 50-80 full-time employees (a total average of 26,000 people) and 20-30 temporary employees, an average of 10,000 people," they said in a statement released on Tuesday.
The ongoing crackdown on noisy clubs by the Nairobi county government over the weekend led to the closure of two entertainment joints.The raid targets nightclubs situated in estates playing loud music that exceeds the required sound levels, inconveniencing the area residents.In a bid to beat the noise requirement,a club in Kasarani,Clarett Lounge,has resorted to silent discos.
The ongoing crackdown on nightclubs ordered by Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja necessitated some restaurants and entertainment joints to devise other means of remaining in business. To meet the changing market demands and government policies, club owners use unique techniques to keep the revellers entertained. Silent discos and soundproofing premises are some techniques gaining prominence in the city.
Despite the countless lies and falsehoods surrounding electric vehicles in Kenya, their use appears to be rising. The most recent reports state that a sizable shipment of electric vehicles entered the nation. Given that some electric vehicles have been tested in the nation, this is not really surprising.
Despite the numerous myths and misconceptions about electric cars in Kenya, their uptake seems to be on the increase. according to the latest reports, there was a huge shipment of electric cars into the country. this does not seem surprising as some electric cars have been tested in the country.
Photo Courtesy; Nairobi County Governor Johnson Sakaja and his Mombasa Counterpart Abdulswaad Sheriff Nassir. Mombasa County has quicky followed in the footsteps of Nairobi County as details reveals that they will start crackdown on bars and restaurants over noise pollution. According to the information shared by NTV reporter Kevin Mutai, Mombasa County government is set to carry out a crackdown of bars and restaurants over noise pollution.
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Nairobi county governor Johnson Sakaja has finally come out to address the issue of noise pollution by churches in the city. Sakaja had refused to sign a law that wanted all the churches releasing loud noise closed saying he will not interfere with churches. This caused mixed reactions from people in the city forcing the governor to address the same.
In the recent past members of the public have raised concerns over noise pollution in residential areas around Nairobi caused by bars and also churches. In a move the Governor released a list of bars will be shut down. On Thursday Sakaja said he will not close down places of worship but urged religious leaders to be considerate and also follow the law.
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya with the highest population of people drawn from various parts of the country. It is one of the Economic serving as the government headquarters, industrial, residential and commercial centre. The county is currently led by Governor Johnson Sakaja. Today, the governor said that he has declared war on noise pollution which has continued to cause distress to the people.
Nairobi governor, Johnson Sakaja, was on Friday, December 2, forced to clarify his decision to spare churches in the crackdown on noise polluters. Sakaja stated that places of worship, including mosques and churches, accused of noise pollution in Nairobi residential areas would be revisited in due course.
In our country, as in much of the world, plastics are one of the biggest environmental problems. It's a common goal of businesses to recycle plastic bottles, but this has become so difficult that most of them are eventually thrown away, adding to environmental damage.
"I Respect You But You Are Breaking The Law" Senior Counsel Tells Sakaja After He Refused To Do This
Senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi has come out to lecture the government for Nairobi county Johnson Sakaja after he refused to sign the law prohibiting churches from making noise in the city. Ahmednasir in a tweet he shared on Thursday said that everyone has to obey the law and that is what brings order.
Johnson Sakaja, the governor of Nairobi, was compelled to explain his choice to exempt churches from the campaign against noise pollution on Friday, December 2. Sakaja said that allegations of noise pollution against houses of worship, including mosques and churches, in Nairobi residential areas would be addressed in due time.
After Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja said he would not close places of worship due to noise pollution, the atheist community threatened to sue him over what they claim as him favoring the church over clubs. Some Nairobi residents put pressure on Sakaja by calling for him to close churches as well as bars and nightclubs that were responsible for noise pollution in residential areas.
Nairobi govenor Johnson Arthur Sakaja has come to clear claims of being biased in the fight against noise pollution in the city. A few days after he ordered all clubs situated in residential areas to be shut down,a section of Kenyans went online to question why churches have been let to continue yet they were also contributing to noise pollution.
Following the order that was issued by Governor Sakaja a ban on all nightclubs operating in residential areas. Sakaja's order was accompanied by mixed reactions from the public and bar owners. Some of this reaction seemed like Governor Sakaja was breaking the law since he is not doing fairly to eliminate noise pollution.
The news reaching our desk is that the Governor of Nairobi Johnson Sakaja is now determined to protect the city from noise pollution. He has revealed that he is engaging churches and Mosques to work out on the loud noise. Sakaja is aan on a mission to ensure that Nairobi city achieves international standards that will enable it attract more investors in the country.