- Caroline Mutoko has told people living near clubs making noise to go to court and defend their pollution balaclavas
- She said it’s her neighbors who set up loud clubs in other places before retreating to quiet hoods where even the dogs can’t bark loudly.
- The renowned media personality added that most of the people who frequent these clubs and party until the early hours hardly live in these neighborhoods.
Former radio host Caroline Mutoko joined the ongoing conversation about the silence of clubs and pubs accused of noise pollution in residential areas.
Caroline Mutoko: Fight for your balaclavas
Mutoko posted a video advising people to fight for their neighborhoods while praising the people living around her for not letting things happen without explanation.
She said that in her hood, people couldn’t even build a school without neighbors asking questions and raising their eyebrows.
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Mutoko also called on people in homeowner associations and residential committees to join in the fight against noise pollution in residential areas.
“Nairobi County might have denied you go to court. There isn’t a person who necessarily frequents these establishments until the wee hours of the morning listening to crazy loud music who lives in this neighborhood. We are happy to create some noise in your hood and then go back to where we came from,” she said.
Mutoko also berated club owners who own noisy joints in residential areas for not having their homes in such locations.
“Chances are there isn’t a person who actually developed this place who lives next to this noise. Do you really think the people who live in Kilimani or Kileleshwa or where those places are were the ones who requested the switch? I’ll tell you where they live, they’re my neighbours,” she said.
Mutoko used an example of “dog” to explain how quiet his hood is, saying they can’t bark because someone will complain about the nose.
She urged people to go to court and fight for their balaclavas if they wanted to have peace of mind and enjoy their home.
“Fighting because these establishments are not owned or run by people who live next door. They are run by neighbors who live in the green and blue zone,” she added.
Trevor Omboja under fire for defending noisy club
Mutoko’s reaction came days after TV journalist Trevor Ombija was criticized for defending his alleged lover’s establishment on charges of noise pollution.
The reporter proposed that a complaint be considered substantiated if only more than half raise the same issue and explained that he offered to soundproof a resident’s home due to noise.
Netizens hammered him for his feelings, with some asking why he proposes to soundproof a house, while his establishment is in a residential area.
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