Authorities are now calling for amendment of the Alcoholic Drinks Act to regulate online liquor sales, saying the gap in the law is posing a big challenge in curbing underage drinking and sale of counterfeit products. There are about 546,000 online channels through which anyone can order alcohol in Nairobi with some promising delivery within less than 30 minutes.
Nairobi County Alarmed as Underage People Access Liquor Via Online Outlets
Capital FM, 24 July 2018
The Nairobi City County Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licensing Board (NCCADCL) has raised concern over the ease with which underage people, are accessing liquor through online… Read more »
Here's How Underage Drinking in Nairobi Has Been on the Rise
Nairobi News, 24 July 2018
City Hall has raised concern over the ease with which underage people, especially students, are accessing liquor through online outlets in the county. Read more »
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The children who attend primary and secondary schools within and outside the Taita Taveta County, were attending a back-to-school party at a club when they were arrested, and will ... Read more »
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