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Nacada raises red flag over illegal rehab centres

By Antony Gitonga | June 24th 2016
NACADA board member Reverend Wilfred Kogo flanked by his chairman John Mututho address the press during a two day retreat for the authority in Naivasha. The authority has expressed its concern over the mushrooming of unlicensed rehabilitation centers in the country targeting alcohol addicts. Pix By Antony Gitonga

The anti-drugs agency has raised alarm over the mushrooming of illegal rehabilitation centres.

Through its board, the National Authority for Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) said over 60 per cent of the centres were only keen to make money. 

Nacada Chairman John Mututho said they had started the process of closing illegal rehabilitation centres.

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