After going viral, a nightclub in Mumias, Kakamega county, has turned into a successful destination for revelers.
Club Valuvalu, named after Jose Chemeleone’s hit song, became popular after images of villagers partying surfaced.
Cashiers and waiters are now available at the establishment.
On its Facebook page, the club in Ekero posted open positions for cashiers and waiters.
According to the ad, selected waiters and cashiers will earn KSh 4,000 and KSh 7,000, respectively.
The popular restaurant is looking for people with qualifications such as a strong customer service attitude, a minimum of D- in KCE, being smart and in shape, and being over the age of 22.
With club photography being such an integral aspect of modern clubbing, we are treated to all sorts of reveller pictures plastered on clubs’ timelines.
While most clubs would post well-edited and refined pictures, Club Valuvalu has Kenyans’ funny bone tickled owing to publishing unadulterated images of club goers at their most authentic.
Who Owns Club Valuvalu?
Saleh Shitandi is the owner of Valu Valu.
The entrepreneur established the club during the 2018 World Cup.
“I embarked on my entrepreneurial journey in 2018, coinciding with the electrifying atmosphere of the World Cup season
“It was during this time that the seeds of Valu Valu club were sown, gradually capturing the hearts of fans hailing from various corners of Mumias,” he said.
The club located in Ekero Junction would fill to its capacity.
““In one of Chameleone’s songs, he expresses his deep affection for a lady he refers to as Valuvalu. Inspired by this theme of love, I decided to give the club a name that would evoke similar emotions,” he said.
Before establishing Valu Valu, he ran a bar called HQ in Mumias town which he had set up with Ksh 60,000 as capital.
The success of the bar led him to expand further and establish Valu Valu.
“The resounding success of this venture not only bolstered my confidence but also provided the impetus to expand my endeavors further. As a result, I subsequently ventured into opening multiple clubs in Kakamega
“And now, proudly joining the roster of my thriving establishments is the renowned Valu Valu club situated in Mumias,” the Moi University graduate stated.
Valu Valu offers among other services a WiFi connection, a luxurious VIP lounge and accommodation for revellers who might want to extend their stay.
The club also boasts screens to allow football fanatics to catch their favorite matches as they enjoy their drinks.