Alcohol is one of the drugs that are legalised in Kenya.However, some of the Kenyans make illegal brews that do not meet the required quality allowed by the Kenyan government.The government is tirelessly making efforts to end the cooking and selling of the illicit local brews.
In Murang'a county, women have now complained about alcoholism in the area.To them, alcohol is a threat that is slowly killing the men's future.According to a report aired by Kameme FM, women groups are strongly condemning the act of cooking and selling of illegal brews to their men.
Alcoholic drinks that do not meet the required standards are a threat to the health of their men's health.In addition, alcohol is slowly making men to neglect their family roles including providing for their own children.
The government is requested to add more effort in fighting the illicit brews.Kenyans should work together with the police to end uncontrolled alcoholism.Kindly share your views on this information.
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