Immediate Former Chairman of the National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse Board (NACADA) John Michael Njenga Mututho has finally broken his silence on the ongoing politics. The Nakuru Governor aspirant was on Thursday, June 17, 2021 night hosted at TV47 for a national politic debate.
According to a statement by NACADA, about 15 million Kenyans drink regularly. 12 million drink daily spending an average of Ksh100 on each occasion. Market for wines and spirits in Kenya is growing because majority find them cheaper than beer whose price has been rising in recent years due to implementation of Sin tax.
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"Cannabis Sativa"this is the scientific name for Marijuana,Weed or Bhang .It is an unfortunate but sad truth that it leads to psychosis.In most cases Psychosis is usually permanent. No According to a study made by NACADA in 2019,Most school going children between the ages of (6-18) are abusing drugs,Top on the list of those drugs being Weed,despite it being illegal in Kenya
Wines and spirit business seems to be thriving so well in Kenyan market especially this time of pandemic. Despite government regulation to curb the spread of pandemic, many wine and spirits shop seems to be increasing each day. More are yet coming up because the business is profitable.
A good way of becoming rich is not only saving but investing your savings. This might see you earning good returns as well as increasing your net worth. Currently in Kenya, "wines and spirits business" is booming bearing in mind the restrictions of restaurants and bars.
Kenyan Youtuber, Radio presenter, Entrepreneur and Emcee Felix Oduor has given us a flashback to when he started his career by shairing throwback photos of him and Comedian Chipukeezy. Jalang'o who is to host Chipukeezy today was responding to a post Chipukeezy uploaded on his instastories where they were attending an interview for KISS 100 back then for a spot to co host alongside Radio Queen Caroline Mutoko.
The "Weed" In Kisii Is 50 Times Potent Than The One In Europe And You Want It Legal~Former Chair Nacada
The former chairperson of NACADA John Mututho has laid out reasons to an infamous claim that he had just made about Bhang and it legalization in Kenya after several Rastafarian family came pushing for its legalization .The Former chair has claimed that the bhang that is grown in Kenya is 50 Times more dangerous or let me put it this way, more effective than those grown in European countries.
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Celebrities usually live good life, as they drive luxurious cars and live in lavish houses. For most of the cases they came from low family background. They usually work hard so as they can achieve their dreams. Reason why most comedian become bankruptcy after being fame is because they don't know how to organise their money.
Former NACADA Boss John Mututho In the recent days the debate to legalize marijuana in Kenya has been very hot, this is after the Rastafarian Society of Kenya moved to court and filed a case seeking to allow legalization of the substance. They argued that bhang is their 'sacrament' and added that the state should allow them to use it in their houses and their places of worship terming it the 'holy herb'.
NACADA CEO Victor Okioma and Kisii County Governor James Ongwae at Kiamwasi during the handing over the Rehab to the county photo /Kwamboka Angira Kisii and Nyamira counties are hotspot counties where alcohol and drug substance abuse is high, this is according to the NACADA . This is after a treatment and rehabilitation centre established by the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse NACADA in Kiamwasi Center at Kisii County was handed over to the county after completion.
Youths in Gatundu sub-county have revolted against illegal alcohol consumption and have now abandoned the consumption of the illicit brew. They have now started engaging themselves in activities to build their lives and build the nation. Over 16 young people who have been drowning in alcohol for a long time from Wamuguthuko and Kinyango villages said they have stopped consumption of illegal alcohol and want to get involved in activities that will make their lives better.
Former Churchill Show Vincent Mutua, who is well known as Chipukeezy, for the first time he has reacted to the rumours his friendship with Kartelo, who is popularly known as Nick Chege, has seized. This comes shortly after netizens created attention when Kartelo went many days without whereabouts.
The National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) has warned against usage of bhang as it has not been Legalised yet.Even after the United Nations commission removed it from the list of most dangerous drugs. Kenyans have been in the watch after the Rastafarian Society took to the High court a case to Legalise Bhang.
John Michael Njenga Mututho, the immediate former Chairman of the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse Board (NACADA), has finally broken his silence on the ongoing politics. On Thursday, June 17, 2021 night, the Nakuru Governor aspirant was hosted at TV47 for a national political debate.
Bhang famously refered to as 'weed' or 'shada' by most users is the third most abused drug in Kenya if you were to rank it.Bhang which was intially associated to Rastafarians has become a new norm to people. Bhang which is currently illegal in Kenya and anyone found in possession of it faces upto eight years imprisonment formerly 15 years imprisonment.Its legalisation in the country has been pioneered by some government leaders like the late Kibra mp Ken Okoth and Narok governor and Mike sonko.
The Rastafari Society of Kenya has filed a case in court seeking to lift the law criminalising the use of marijuana.Nacada banned the consumption as it classified it as one of the most dangerous substances and thereby, limiting its access for medical and scientific purposes only.This is because Cannabis still remains listed in Schedule 1 of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs.
The petition in court, filed by the Rastafarian community on legalization of bhang in Kenya due to their varied reasons may fail. According to Former NACADA chairman, Jonh Mututho.The legalization of bhang in Kenya may fail due to the difference in potency. Potency here refers to the level of acid in the narcotic.
Finally, the chair of the National Authority for the campaign against drug and alcohol abuse (NACADA ) has broken the silence.A few days after the Rastafarian movement have gone to court asking for what they allegedly called their 'rights'. Speaking with Inooro Tv one of the royal media services stations.