The Kenyan government announced a significant fine for any Kenyan people who violate a newly entrenched legislation today, November 15, 2022.
All Kenyan residents who are detected breaking the requirements of the intoxicated driving law would be subject to a fine of Ksh100k, according to the Kenyan government's official position.
The Head of State has signed the Traffic Amendment Bill, proposed by Tiaty MP William Kamket, into law, which recommends a fine of Ksh 100,000 for any individuals who are found driving while intoxicated on any designated route strateggically located within Kenyan borders.
This huge development comes just a few hours after the Kenyan Government introduced alcoblow at the busy Nairobi Express Way in a devoted move geared towards curbing the surging accidents in the highway contributed to by drunk driving.
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