Nacada decries influx of marijuana
By Allan Ochanda | March 19th 2021
The National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) has employed a multi-agency approach to curb influx of bhang from Ethiopia.
The strategy involves mapping out and sealing transit routes used by drug traffickers.
Nacada boss Victor Okioma, who held a meeting with Regional Commissioners from North Eastern, Central, Coast and Eastern in Meru, said they will involve locals in the exercise.
National Government Administration Office said surveillance on the Moyale-Marsabit-Isiolo-Nairobi route had forced drug traffickers to opt for all weather roads.
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