Kenyans On Twitter angered after revellers arrested for hanging out at banned club

City revellers were arrested after hanging out at one of the recently banned popular clubs.

In the video clips, the party goers are scene escorted from the club by armed security officers and hounded into a police lorry.

KOT directed their anger to the Nairobi County Government led by Governor Mike Sonko and the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA).

Last week NEMA ordered the closure of two popular Nairobi clubs KIZA and Jiweke Tavern in Kilimani in what they stated as complains by residents.

The closure came barely days after the authority closed two other clubs, B-Club and Space clubs in the same area.

Here are some of the reactions from KOT.

It is reported that thousands of Kenyans, most of whom are staff and employees of the targeted nightclubs, are facing unemployment order stands in place.

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