4 things to remember while clubbing this long weekend

If you are going clubbing keep these things in mind

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Kenyans get to enjoy a three day weekend holiday courtesy the October 10th public holiday that falls on a Monday. Nice right?.

So that means from today until Tuesday next week, you have four days to party.

If you are going clubbing there are simple things you should not do for the sake of partying.


1. Please pay your bill

Some club goers have a bad habit of disappearing before they pay their bill. They should stop it.

You need to know that our hardworking waiters and waitresses are deducted that money from their earnings. C'mon we can do better than this. If you intended to party, you must have money to pay for the drinks and food you eat.


Don't punish workers and leave them struggling financially because of your bad habit.

2. Have a designated driver

If you are not taking a cab to party, kindly have a sober friend to drive you around barhopping and to home.

According to statistics released by NTSA recently, 3541 people have died in crashes since January. Lives being lost by drivers increased by 3.18 pr cent.

3. If you are a shopping addict this one is for you.

You might find the next morning that unfortunately you have bought different pairs of shoes from that hawker who sweet talked you into making that purchase.

When you are inebriated, you may not notice that the shoes you bought are different and it will turn out to be a waste of money.

4. There will be a road closure

If you frequent Langata road entertainment spots, remember that KeNHA has notified road users a section of Langata road will be closed.

In a notice, KeNHA said that the temporary closure will take effect on Sunday only, from dusk and end at dawn.

“KeNHA wishes to notify the public that a section of Langata Road between the U-turn to Langata Hospital and Langata Barracks Roundabout will be closed on Sunday, October 9, 2022, from 5 am to 5 pm (12hrs),” KeNHA Director General Kungu Ndungu said.

“Motorists heading towards City Centre are advised to take Kungu Karumba Road then take Kitengela Road towards Langata Hospital and back to Langata Road,” KeNHA noted.

“Motorists heading towards Bomas and Karen are advised to take the U-turn towards Langata Hospital through Kitengela Road then to Kungu Karumba Road and back to Langata Road at Barracks Roundabout.”

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