Mututho seeks beer ban in the election week
24 July 2012, 06:33
Drinkers might have to stockpile three days’ worth of alcohol in
their residences during the General Election if proposed changes to the
Alcoholic Drinks Control Act are passed.
The man behind the Act, Naivasha MP John Mututho is proposing three
days of prohibition leading up to and including the date of the General
Election, during which no one will be allowed to sell or buy alcohol.
His proposed amendments to the laws, which are popularly referred to as
the “Mututho laws”, would tighten loopholes that have seen them flouted
indiscriminately across the country.
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