Churches and mosques in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, have been urged to be “considerate” and reduce high noise levels at their premises. BBC News reports that Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja said he will be having a discussion with religious leaders on regulating noise levels. The city recently banned nightclubs from operating in residential areas following complaints from residents about noise and many people have called for a similar ban on worship places – known for having loud music systems.
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