Kenyan Govt plans to ban beer parlors for one week to ensure citizens don't vote under the influence of alcohol



    With the Kenyan general election holding in two months
    time, the body in charge of drug abuse in the country has proposed that
    all beer parlors be closed for one week ahead of the August election.

    Okioma, the CEO of National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol
    and Drug Abuse, was quoted by local TV station Citizen TV, saying that
    the move would ensure people don’t vote under the influence of alcohol.


    According to him, the ban should make voters sober so that they visibly vote for the right candidate.

    The general election will take place on Tuesday, August…

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