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Nairobi County warns matatu and club owners against noise in the CBD

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Nairobi county government  has  issued a stern warning  to matatu operators who  has turned their stages into noise dens to stop  failure to which they will be arrested and charged.

In an exclusive interview with Ghetto Radio News  environment assistant  director  Lawrence Mukuru said there has been complaints by residents in Nairobi.

The director warned matatus prone of hooting  when picking  passengers and those that play loud music.

He said the affected  areas  are Railways  stage,Tom mboya streets and matatus stages  along  Moi avenue.

‘‘We have several complains from members of the public and our officers have also established the same our officers will start arresting them if this does not stop,’’ Mukuru stated.

Meanwhile the noise department is also working closely  with Nairobi City County Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licensing Boardto ensure there’s no noise in the city and new clubs being established should adhere to noise control regulations before licencing.

According to Mukuru two clubs namely  Blend and Zipang along Mombasa road were shut yesterday,  for failing to adhere with noise limits.



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