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Kenya: Neighbors Ask Deputy President To Contain Noise At His House

Vice-President William Ruto has been hosting political gatherings at his Karen home.

The residents of an upmarket residential area in Kenya’s capital Nairobi have written to the vice-president to complain of noise pollution at his home.

Vice-President William Ruto has been hosting political gatherings at his Karen home.

Residents now say the noise from the gatherings is affecting them.

They have also raised security concerns, including muggings along the road by people “masquerading” as visitors to the vice-president’s home,” residents’ association chairperson James Hirst said.

Visitors parking outside the vice-president’s residence awaiting clearance have also been accused of causing traffic gridlock on that route.

Wealthy families live in the Karen area, with 24-hour security surveillance.