According to a NACADA Authority research, 46 percent of Kenyans aged 15 to 65 currently consume alcohol, Personality on the radio Maina Kageni says he took his first sip of alcohol at age 14.
He presented his experience based on a recent NACADA research.
According to the report, 46 percent of Kenyans aged 15 to 65 consume alcohol, according to the same survey, 8% of children aged 10 to 14 have drank alcohol at least once in their lives.
“I had my first sip of alcohol when I was 14 years old.” It’s not anything to be proud of.
It will be a difficult task because it is a part of our sherehe. There are weeks when I drink from Monday to Monday, there are weeks I cant.
I don’t consider it a problem because I believe I can handle my alcohol. When we can’t handle booze, we presume there’s a problem. I keep booze in my home, but I live alone.
Is this a fight we can win? Our children are the collateral damage, and this is a major issue.”