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Sonko threatens to withdraw licenses of noisy clubs during KCPE

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Nairobi city county government has warned that they will shut  and withdraw licences of noisy night clubs, social joints  in estates during this examination period.

In a statement to  newsrooms  Nairobi governor Mike Sonko says  the   move  is geared towards creating an enabling environment  for students and pupils to study and take  their exams peacefully.

‘‘We are  keen in ensuring that our candidates are not disturbed during this period and those will defy this directive  will face full force of the law,’’ He added.

According  noise pollution enforcement head Lawrence Mukuru Mwangi ,they have started to crack the whip on the defiant clubs and last weekend they have  arrested over 15 DJs in various clubs within CBD Westlands,Dagoreti  and Kilimani areas.

‘‘ We have tightened our operations and  we will work close with Nairobi Liquor Control and Licensing Board and National Environmental Authority  effect the directive.’’ Mukuru said.

Areas spotted  to be noisy are Umoja, Saika Kayole Junction, Westlands,along Mombasa  road, CBD and Kiambu road.

The directive take effects  immediately.

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