Alcohol has claimed the lives of 30 000 people in 5 years
31 March 2016, 14:36
Nairobi – The National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse has reported that more than 30 000 lives in the last five years have been died due to alcohol abuse.
According to Daily Nation alcohol abuse is prevalent in young people.
Nacada Chairman, John Mututho said on Wednesday that something has to be done therefore government needs to step in.
Also read: Deaths, injuries in Kenya illicit alcohol crackdown
Meanwhile last week an assistant Chief from Mawingu, Joseph Rotich was let off for being drunk while on duty.
He was caught sleeping on the floor inebriated which led to his own demise, this is in light of the fact that the police have been embarking on a nationwide crackdown on illicit brew and this officers actions caused grave embarrassment to the force.
His sacking was to send out a stern message against illegal activity regardless of your rank.
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