by Martin Oduor
Last Friday Nairobi governor Mike Sonko ordered B-Club and Space Lounge to close. B-Club however opened its doors to revelers as Diamond touched down in Nairobi for a pool party at the club.
The management and patrons of B-Club and Space Lounge were caught unawares by a police swoop at around 10pm on Friday January 5th.
The two clubs located in Kilimani area were ordered shut by the county government. Sonko’s government said it received numerous complaints from area residents who protested noise from the clubs.
Space Lounge and B-Club were also found not adhering to noise pollution audit. The two clubs were also found contravening a government directive banning the sale of shisha.
B-Club could have been closed on Friday night but on Sunday night it was business as usual at the Kilimani-based club. Diamond headlined a pool party at the club.
The singer arrived in Kenya in company of his two managers Babu Tale and Sallam SK Mendez. Diamond’s pool party at B-Club went on without a hitch.
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