Police Bust Space Lounge Selling Shisha And Patrons Asked To Leave

After the Government of Kenya banned the sale and use of shisha in the country, Space Lounge could not resist the request by its patrons. Perhaps the revenue from its shisha sales was too lucrative and they resumed the sale of the banned product.

On Friday night, cops raided and closed down the nightclub after they got word that they were still in the business.
B-Club was also closed down for flouting the shisha law and increased complaints about noise pollution. The County of Nairobi reported that they had received numerous complaints about the clubs' noise pollution in the Kilimani area.

The club patrons and owners were caught unawares when the police arrived at around 10 at night.
Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu made the announcement through a gazette notice on 28 December banned shisha sale and smoking and anyone found guilty would be liable to a penalty according to the Public Health Act.

Also: Shisha Banned In Kenya And Twitter Can't Handle It

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Police Bust Space Lounge Selling Shisha And Patrons Asked To Leave

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