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Since March last year, the government has been clamping down on businesses it suspected were fronts for criminal networks, drugs traffickers, racketeers and money launderers. -. A number of night clubs have shut down in the past year, due to the stricter regulations, and a struggling economy. -. Nightclubs, by their very nature, have huge cash inflows and un-invoiced expenditures. -. A supervisor of a popular nightclub that is still operating says they can make up to Sh4 million on a good night. Advertisement. ​ By VINCENT ACHUKA. Before an avalanche of misfortunes befell them, B Club and Kiza Lounge, two upscale nightclubs in Nairobi’s Kilimani area, ruled the city’s nightlife. FIVE LOUNGES. A... Full story

25 January

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