Reactions As Nairobi Governor Sakaja Revokes Licenses of 43 Nairobi Night Clubs Over Noise Pollution
It was a sigh of relief for 43 owners of nightclubs in Nairobi after the administration of Governor Johnson Sakaja rescinded the decision to revoke their licenses. The 43 entertainment joints were facing closure over noise pollution.Nairobi Deputy Governor Njoroge Muchiri has now directed the club owners to adhere to regulations, failure to which action will be taken against them.
Politicians,the media stations and human interest groups have been rallying the people to come out in large numbers and participate in the forthcoming general elections. In previous elections,the voter turn out had been low something that has been worrying the different political candidates who are in need of votes to win the elections.
It was a moan of help for 43 proprietors of clubs in Nairobi after the organization of Lead representative Johnson Sakaja repealed the choice to repudiate their licenses. The 43 diversion joints were confronting conclusion over commotion pollution. Nairobi Representative Lead representative Njoroge Muchiri has now guided the club proprietors with comply to guidelines, inability to which move will be initiated against them.
Nominated Inspector General Of Police Japhet Koome who is set to replace Hillary Mutyambai has today appeared before the National Assembly Committee to be vetted has weighed in one excessive alcohol consumption among the young people and has said if the issue is not carefully looked into we might lose the future generations of this country.
End Of Wajackoyah's Mission to Legalize Marijuana As NACADA Threatens To Arrest Bhang User And Dealers
Political tension remains high in the country as fresh details emerge on daily basis. We are left with just a few days to August elections and politicians are actually doing everything to save themselves ahead of 2022. As we speak, it has now emerged that Wajackoyah might not manage to implement his agenda after latest message from NACADA.
It is less than two weeks for the August general elections to be held in Kenya and the government is planning for a peaceful elections where each an individual will participate in voting process by ensuring some areas have been withheld until elections are over. Today, NACADA which is under the leadership of president Uhuru Kenyatta has made a crucial announcement to the public concerning bars.
Former Mp Mututho, Lee Kinyanjui and Karua receiving Raila Today Raila Odinga was today joined by a former Member of parliament from Naivasha in his Rally in the area today. Raila so keen to ensure that he gets the support of almost all leaders from the area who are allied to him and are influential in the area.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition Presidential candidate Raila Odinga pledged to invest in the manufacturing industry which he says will greatly improve Kenya’s economic fortunes and the welfare of her people. Deputy President William Ruto has said that, if elected president, his government will revamp the economy by creating a business-friendly environment.
NACADA has suggested that Fred Matiang'i should order the shutdown of bars and entertainment venues. The National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) is requesting the closure of all bars and entertainment venues one day prior to the elections. According to the chief executive officer (CEO) of NACADA, Victor Okioma, the majority of election-related violence is caused by drunk youths, and this action would be crucial in promoting peace.
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The unbelievable ex-fighter Conjestina Achieng' has stunned numerous after photographs of her were shared on the web. It has been accounted for that the Kenyan legend is currently carrying on with a hopeless life in her local home in Yala, Siaya province. The reports demonstrate that she currently lives as a road young lady by asking.
NACADA CEO Victor Okioma speaking in Kisumu on Friday. Photo/Dickson Odhiambo Youth in Kisumu County and across the Country have been urged to maintain peace before, during and after next month’s polls. Speaking on the sidelines of a meeting with youth leaders drawn from the 7 Sub Counties of Kisumu at Victoria Primary School on Friday, Victor Okioma, Chief Executive Officer, National Authority for Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) urged young people to turn around and become peace ambassadors.
Kenyans will be exercising there democratic right on the Tuesday 9th of August 2022 general elections. This is according to the rights and freedoms of citizens as enshrined in the 2010 constitution that every Kenyan is entitled to vote provided that he/she is 18 years and above.Due to this important exercise the cabinet secretary for internal security and coordination Fredi Matiangi announced that on this day it will be a public holiday to Kenyans.
Young people have been cautioned by the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) not to heed to statements encouraging the use of illegal substances. Victor Okioma; CEO of NACADA cited Prof. George Wajackoyah's pledge to legalize marijuana production if elected president as evidence that the drug is still illegal in the nation.
The legendary ex-boxer Conjestina Achieng' has shocked many after photos of her were shared online. It has been reported that the Kenyan hero is now living a miserable life in her native home in Yala, Siaya county. The reports indicate that she now lives as a street girl by begging.
As days are being counted down the line, Political tension remains high in the country as fresh details emerge on daily basis. Currently, politicians, especially presidential candidates are doing everything to secure their seats ahead of 2022. As we speak at this moment, it has now emerged that the roots party leader professor George Wajackoyah might not manage to implement his agenda after the latest message from NACADA.
The National Authority Control of Drugs and Substance Abuse NACADA has finally broken their silence following numerous calls from presidential candidate Hon George Wajackoyah to legalize the growing and sale of bhang if he becomes president after August 9. According to Wajackoyah's manifesto which he delivered yesterday at KICC, he will alongside other numerous things legalize marijuana in an attempt to make Kenya self reliant economically.
The National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drugs Abuse (NACADA), wants all bars and entertainment joints closed on the eve of the August 9 polls. Speaking to the media on Saturday, July 30, NACADA chief executive officer (CEO) Victor Okioma revealed that the agency would move to the ministry of interior to seek an advisory on whether the proposal can be implemented.
The Roots Party leader Prof. Wajackoya has a bigger task than other presidential candidates following his 12 agendas that will be used to bring transformation in the economy of the country. The most focussed on agenda among the 12 is the legalization of Marijuana in the country. In as much as the motive behind this initiative is good, the challenges that a company it are many.
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.