MCA’s Clash Over City Bar Closures Directive

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Kitisuru MCA Alvin Palapala has Told off his Kileleshwa Counterpart Robert Alai over on-going clubs closure in Nairobi accusing him of bullying and threatening club owners.

Palapala says Alai is using his social media strength to frustrate businessmen.

“We are the people who are issuing licence and we are the same people collecting revenue from them and harassing them. That shall not happen… Governor Sakaja should go slow on these clubs our people are losing jobs.” Pala Pala said.

“Alai should now know that he is an honorable member behaving childishly and issuing threats to business people should stop and if it continues then he has no role of staying in office as an MCA” he added.

Today Nairobi County Government closed 43 clubs for not adhering to noise guidelines.

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