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City Hall cancels licenses for night clubs in residential areas

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Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has banned nightclubs from operating in residential areas. The ban follows numerous complaints from the public on noise emanating from bars, restaurants, nightclubs and liquor-selling premises. licenses will only be issued to clubs within the Central Business District (CBD) and specified streets.
Published 2 months ago

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City Hall cancels licenses for night clubs in residential areas

Says the establishments may continue operating as bars and restaurants.

2 months ago·Kenya
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