The coastal region of Kenya has now been noted to have a large number of youths who are using illicit drugs.According to Nacada report from the region, more than 12 per cent of the youths in the region are abusing drugs consequently ruining their future.
George karisa, a NACADA leader in the region says that Mombasa county is leading in the use of hard drugs such as heroine while Kwale county is leading in the use of bhang.According to the report released by Kameme FM at 12 pm, parents and other stake holders are asked to advice the youth in the region to uphold moral ethics and stop the behaviors that will soon harm their health and their future.
George Karisa said that both the national and the county governments are working tirelessly to rehabilitate the youths who have already become addicts of the drugs.He has also said that measures are being taken to end the use of the illicit drugs.
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