Govt to Publish Names of Suspected Drug Trafficking - Interior CS Matiang'i
By Godwin.simiyu | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 2 views
The Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang'i has today retaliated that the government is expected to publish names of all suspected drug trafficking in the country.
Drug traffickers have been a serious problem in the country. Selling drugs to young people who have in return costed their lives.
Speaking in Coastal region while inspecting government projects at Liwatoni, Matiang'i has raised alarm on War On Drug Trafficking.
CS Matiang’i says names of suspected drug traffickers to be published, Matiang’i. He further added that Drug trafficking has contributed a lot to the rise in cases of insecurity.
Fred Matiang'i has asked Kenyans to refrain from using drugs to reduce insecurity in the country. Drug trafficking is a global illicit tradeinvolving the cultivation, manufacture, distribution and sale of substances which are subject to drug prohibition laws. UNODC is continuously monitoring and researching global illicit drugmarkets in order to gain a more comprehensive understanding of their dynamics.
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