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Is your favourite Kisumu night club among those facing closure?

At least 16 night clubs in Kisumu are facing imminent closure.

This follows a stern notice by Kisumu City Management over noise pollution caused by the clubs.

Take notice that the following entertainment joints have been warned severally, failure to abide by this final notice will lead to risk of revocation of their liquor license and the city management shall proceed to institute legal action in conformity to section 137 and 140 of Environmental Management and Coordination Act 1999

Abala Wanga

In the notice signed by City Manager Abala Wanga on November 3, 2022, this is the last warning to the clubs.

“Take notice that the following entertainment joints have been warned severally, failure to abide by this final notice will lead to risk of revocation of their liquor license and the city management shall proceed to institute legal action in conformity to section 137 and 140 of Environmental Management and Coordination Act 1999,” read the notice in part.

In the notice, Mr Wanga said his office has received numerous complaints from the public on the noise from the premises.

Abala Wanga

Some of the premises named in the notice include; Alleways Beer Garden, Fabric Lounge-Kondele, Anchors Lounge, Africana Rooftop Bar and Restaurant, and Vundu Bar.

Others are; Ram XB, Mamba Hotel, Mwalimu Junction Hotel, Tausi Guest House, Bar and Restaurant, Topaz Club and Hotel, and Empire Bar and Restaurant-Wayside.

Not spared in the list are also; Level 4-Signature, La Vue Lounge, Club Da Place, Black Pearl-Nyamasaria and Cassavilla Club.

“Take notice that all entertainment joints , restaurants to reduce noise which we have noted to be excessive to the permissible levels (up to 35 dB) within their premises,” read the notice.

Kevine Omollo
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