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Government to Impose Ksh 100,000 Penalty to any Driver Found Driving While Drunk

All Kenyans who are caught driving while intoxicated must pay a stiff fine of Ksh 100,000, according to a law that the country's current president, H.E. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, has signed into law.

In a solemn effort to streamline the current traffic rules, laws, and regulations, the Head of State signed the impending Traffic Amendment Bill, which was sponsored by the influential Tiaty Member of Parliament, Hon. William Kamket.

According to the new rules, a driver in Kenya who is caught driving while intoxicated faces a fine of Ksh100,000, a 2-year prison sentence, or both.

The law also states that drivers guilty of a DUI must have their licenses suspended.The Kenyan government has imposed a two-year prison sentence or a KSH 100,000 fine on all drivers who are caught drinking alcohol while driving. What are your thoughts on this message? Please express your thoughts in the form of a comment right now.

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H.E. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta Kenya Tiaty Traffic Amendment Bill William Kamket


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