kuuliza sio ojinga....is operation okoa trajifoma a realistic venture????

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Bus

Village Elder
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i highly support the president on his genuine course to weed out illegal brews from citizens of this republic and mostly from central kenya....but,with genuine reservation ,attacking wines and spirits retail outlets is a mockery to society,,attacking breweries is just a recipe of disaster,if i was Uhuru i would have led a crack down on industries that make chemicals that are used to make those liquors,not the sellers ,burning industries and leaving the chemical manufactures in business is like arresting a bangi smoker and letting the ganja farm flourish,if you want to clean a river,do it from the source

my question is,who is advising the president on taking such decisions,is the president receiving wrong advice ????
This is a way of prodding the concerned organs to wake up and do their job. What you see is the product of multiple agents failure from licensing, standards, KRA, provincial administration, the police, and the judiciary.
 

uncle nyam

Village Elder
#24
If you can't afford standard quality alcohol, quit drinking. Pombe sio chakula ati ukikosa utakufa.
Umeongea kama kondoo kumi.
As i pointed out yesterday, illicit liquor like changaa will make a major comeback.. These are not kids who you will tell stop drinking because you dont have enough money and they happily oblige. They will look for it everywhere, even if it means drinking in the bush. Do you honestly think that now as we speak hawajatoa lock? You are in dreamland my friend
 

montecarlo

Village Elder
#25
Is the problem really the alcohol or alcoholism? What exactly are we fighting? If it's the alcohol then this is a moot exercise... ask Kaguthi..especially when we claim its cheap liquor because then the message we'll passing on is that alcohol is good as long as it's expensive but then again expensive is relative........if its alcoholism which would actually be the best option then we are doing it the wrong way. The cause of alcoholism isn't the availability of cheap liquor but rather the disillusionment of the Kenyan youth brought about by a system that has failed to empower its citizens. Liquor can be cheap but it doesn't have to be poisonous...i.e. its production can be regulated but the society is complaining about a wasted generation that prefers to drink rather than engage in meaningful activities a problem afflicting even our very own pretentious middle class that lives off loans. Alcohol if over consumed is harmful. When you are diabetic at 35 because of alcohol surely..what is difference between you and the guy in Kiambu who becomes blind...aren't both of you physically impared? The government should approach this with sobriety........but then again who knows it could be a diversionary tactic tusahau Ni Ya Swity scandal.
 

WuTang

Village Chief
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Is the problem really the alcohol or alcoholism? What exactly are we fighting? If it's the alcohol then this is a moot exercise... ask Kaguthi..especially when we claim its cheap liquor because then the message we'll passing on is that alcohol is good as long as it's expensive but then again expensive is relative........if its alcoholism which would actually be the best option then we are doing it the wrong way. The cause of alcoholism isn't the availability of cheap liquor but rather the disillusionment of the Kenyan youth brought about by a system that has failed to empower its citizens. Liquor can be cheap but it doesn't have to be poisonous...i.e. its production can be regulated but the society is complaining about a wasted generation that prefers to drink rather than engage in meaningful activities a problem afflicting even our very own pretentious middle class that lives off loans. Alcohol if over consumed is harmful. When you are diabetic at 35 because of alcohol surely..what is difference between you and the guy in Kiambu who becomes blind...aren't both of you physically impared? The government should approach this with sobriety........but then again who knows it could be a diversionary tactic tusahau Ni Ya Swity scandal.
Very true.
 
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