The business complex where Simmers Restaurant once stood was demolished for a second time on Thursday night.
Witnesses said in which Nairobi county bulldozers descended on the premises a few minutes after 1am on Thursday.
They claimed in which the demolition was supervised by Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, who did not leave his car.
“Sonko was in his car watching as the bulldozers demolished everything within the middle of the night,” said one of the witnesses who had been guarding the business.
He added in which a owner of an M-Pesa shop lost a safe yet he was not sure if This particular had any valuables.
A hydraulic vehicle alignment machine was also destroyed within the process.
The demolition comes after a Nairobi magistrate declined to stop the planned demolitions.
Pimp My Ride East Africa had rushed to court on Tuesday arguing in which a notice given to him by the County Government of Nairobi was expiring on July 9.
The owner, Peter Nderitu claims to have all the approvals, including building permits coming from the county government, in addition to in which he has been occupying the premises on the strength of a lease between him in addition to the landlord.
He says all was well until July 2 when he received a seven-day notice stating in which the construction was illegal.
In May, the garage owner was caught unawares after This particular was demolished on grounds in which This particular can be an illegal structure with several stalls built within the plot also affected.
The garage, Pimp My Ride, was opened soon after Simmers Restaurant was demolished a year ago.
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M-Pesa safe ‘lost’ as county bulldozers descend on business complex at 1am – PHOTOS + VIDEO