BY EDDY NYADWA. Nairobi’s most renowned entertainment joint B – Club, located in Kilimani is now ready for thrilling entertainment to revelers. The club management says it has invested a lot in ensuring that those who visit the club get the best experience.
The club which is located in Galana Plaza attracts the who is who in Nairobi and is frequented majorly by celebrities, rich politicians and their kids.
However, residents of Kilimani area in Nairobi moved to court seeking to have the proprietor of the club punished for defying a court directive requiring it to be shut down.
In the petition, the residents, through Kilimani Project Foundation, said the club has continued to operate in a residential area, despite an order issued in October last year, for it to be closed.
Despite this, the club management says it has now addressed the issues raised by residents concerning Noise levels. It has now installed sound proof acoustics around the interior walls. In addition, mirrors, glasses and wooden raised floors have been put.
Last year together with other clubs in the city, NEMA ORDERED B-Club to shut and only reopen once it was fully compliant with provisions of Environmental Management and Coordination Act, (EMCA), CAP 387 and the Environmental Management and Coordination (Noise and Excessive Vibration Pollution Control) Regulations, 2009.