Why discos have been banned in Bondo

Why discos have been banned in Bondo

Club music and dance parties have been banned in Nyang’oma division, Bondo.

Assistant County Commissioner for Nyang’oma Division Samson Akach said this includes discos during funeral night vigils.

“It has come to our attention that most of those who attend such discos are usually school children and this was interfering with the candidates who are going to sit for their final examinations,” he said.

Speaking to Ramogi FM, Mr. Akach directed that discos remain closed until candidates complete their exams and schools are closed.

The administrator advised that those who may have acquired permits whose dates coincide with the national exams should reschedule them to December.

The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) is set to begin October 29 to 31 while the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education will start on November 4 to 27.

The county officer also addresses concerns about wrangles between residents over land ownership cautioning them against buying land without doing due diligence.

Mr. Akach says that before acquiring any parcel of land, buyers must always ensure they follow the due process to avert such conflicts.

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