The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Alcohol Blow Introduced By Nacada Has Reduced the Number of Accidents

Nacada as an organization has managed to control accidents during Christmas season following the encatment of the mutotho law and the introduction alcoholblow during the festive season.

Speaking yesterday during the ongoing countrywide campaign against drug abuse in the Northrift, Nacada chairman Rev. Wangai Gachoka warned against use of drugs and driving while drunk saying that the vice has led to increase in the number of accidents occuring in our kenyan roads.

Wangai said, alcohol blow should be introduced in major towns of Eldoret Kisumu and other towns and at the same time also warned motorcycle drivers against transportation of drugs saying that this is the modern methods used by drug barons to transport drugs.

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