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Mututho Laws

This one is very famous all over Kenya.Why many hate this great visualizer in Kenya.Thou we are free from slavery and colony but we like being slaves of our hobbies and likes.In Kenya people will never reason properly when it comes to alcohol.Majority its consumed to the last cent in then pocket and other to the friends too. Being a drinker in Kenya has become a crisis.Its all about time and dates.One doesn't just wake up one morning and start drinking alcohol from morning to morning and expects to work scotts free. Mututho the member of parliament came in and changed things in this country it has to occur r to drinker to stop being alcoholics and begin building the country in Kenya one starts to drink at 5.00 pm in the evening to as early as 11.00 pm at night on week day and during public or special holidays and weekends one drinks from 2 pm in the after noon up to 2 am in the morning only.This reduces the consumption of alcohol greatly.

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About This Story

  • Gender of storyteller: Male
  • Age of storyteller: 22-30 years old
  • This story took place less than 2 months ago
  • Location: The Whole Country, Kenya
 
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