Kenyan General Election: “All Beer Parlours Shall Be Closed For A Week To Avoid People Voting Under The Influence of Alcohol” – Kenyan Government
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Kenyan General Election will be polled in two months to come (on August) and the government of the country has been giving the citizens and residents of the country alot of warnings ahead of the election. Recently, the Kenyan government warned that “Any social media users or blogger who publish or promote any false articles related to the government, politicians, and a political party shall be jailed for five years or pay a fine of Sh1 million” to the set-up regulations agencies in the country.
The Kenyan government has also ordered through the body in charge of drug abuse in the country that all beer parlours in country will be enforced to closed down for a week before and during the election processes just to avoid people voting under the influence of alcohol.
According to Local TV, Citizen TV the CEO of National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse said the move will make the people who want to vote to be more serious physically, mentally and visibly to vote for the right candidate of their choice.
The Kenyan general election will take place on Tuesday, August 8th, 2017. President Uhuru Kenyatta who is the oldest president in Africa and the present president of Kenya will still be on the country’s presidential seat until he faced his strongest political contender, Raila Odinga who is waging for the presidential seat. Although, no one could predict the winner but it’s well known that Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga are strong politicians.