Nairobi Popular entertainment joint club 1824 has temporary closed its doors, as stated in the statement shared on the club’s social media accounts, it will be closing down for renovations.
However there was no indication or details on when the entertainment joint will re-open for business.
The joint has been on the spotlight recently after party goers were seen partying at Langata club on Madaraka Day flouting the social distancing rules put in place by the Ministry of Health.
The locals who had flocked the joint were heavily condemned by Kenya’s emergency response committee.
A video of a large crowd enjoying themselves was shared on Twitter showing how locals ignored the safety measures by the Ministry of Health.
On Wednesday, June 3, the National Emergency Response Committee (NERC) led by Health CS Mutahi Kagwe put out a statement condemning the acts.In the statement the owner of the club was termed as a greedy person who did not care whether people contracted the virus or not.
No one should be surprised why we have cases rising in Langata.Our young people have decided not to follow the Government guidelines. And obviously a greedy Kenyan who does not care whether people contract the disease or not.@DCI_Kenya @InteriorKE @PoliceKE @StateHouseKenya pic.twitter.com/8HSFc5dLNa
— NationalERKe (@NationalERKe) June 3, 2020
As of Friday 5th June Kenya has recorded 2340.
Health CAS Rashid Aman on Wednesday warned Kenyans against using their masks as if they were ‘chin guards