On Wednesday, October 12, Trevor Ombija defended his strategy for dealing with noise concerns from neighbors of his club in the affluent neighborhood of Kileleshwa.
Ombija, who was present at a meeting between Kileleshwa’s bar, restaurant owners, and local residents, confirmed that reasonable steps were being implemented to address the noise issue.
Responding to Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai, the news presenter said that he had offered to soundproof some of the homes of the complainants.
According to Ombija, these procedures were preferable to closing down his business.
Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai found the method to be undesirable, and as a result, Alai referred to him as a fool after it.
Alai sent a tweet in response.
He then went on and defended himself via a tweet, which says
In Ombija’s opinion, at least half of a building’s tenants would have to register official complaints with the authorities before the business could be shut down.
He also urged Alai, county administration, and estate organizations to approach the issue of noise complaints honestly.