Matungulu member of parliament issuing bursaries to bright but needy students on the sub county(source. facebook)
Speaking in his constituency Mule urged the security apparatus to hunt down peddlers selling drugs to youths and more so school kids.
The outspoken lawmaker noted that a lot of youths were sinking deep in drug abuse and something needed to be done.
"Something is going on which I won't accept. There are people here in Matungulu who have been selling drugs like bhang, heroin, black sugar among other drugs to our children. I don't want to hear about such in our area, these people need to be arrested and prosecuted," said Mule.
He noted that even if these people are released they need to be rearrested until Matungulu is rid of them.
He urged drug peddlers in the area to find other accepted and lawful means of making money before they find themselves on the wrong side of the law.
"Our children won't be destroyed by these people. We are not going to entertain your business, pack and go, we can't be educating our kids only for them to become addicts," he said.
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