For the better part of the day, B-Club has been on the news due to the early morning incident where Embakasi Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has been accused of shooting DJ Evolve on the neck.
Launched in 2016, B-club is located on the first floor of Galana Plaza along Ngong Road. During the grand opening ceremony Nairobi’s elite; politicians and their sons including President Uhuru Kenyatta’s son, Muhoho were in attendance.
The night saw sons of politicians and affluent businessmen spend around KSh 1,160,000 on drinks alone.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act, No. 15 of 2007 and revised in 2010, provides for the safety, health and welfare of workers and all persons lawfully present at workplaces.
B-Club should therefore be shut down for failing to provide a safe working environment for its employee. By allowing firearms in the club, they posed danger even to its customers.
On Monday, October 28, 2019, the Environment and Land Court ordered the Nairobi County Government and Nema to revoke permits issued to four entertainment joints in Nairobi’s Kilimani area following residents complaints of noise pollution.
B Club was among the list but it’s weird they have been continuing their operations despite the court order.
B-club is owned by a Rwandese businessman Barry Ndengeyingoma a.k.a Ndengeye.He owns several nightclubs, fitness clubs and beauty centers in Europe. Ndengeye also owns outlets of art collections, designer shops and gift shops around Europe.
The Rwandese national has been on the news various times for wrong reasons but due to his rich status, he manages to bribe officials.
Ndengeye has been linked to drug trafficking, money laundering and forgery and is using his club safe haven for doing his dirty business.
In 2007, Ndengeyingoma was sentenced to three years in prison for among others, money laundering, counterfeiting, forgery and impersonation. After eluding authorities, he was finally arrested in Paris, France on January 13, and transferred to Brussels, Belgium on January 30th 2008.