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Draft law set to tighten noose on bar owners

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Leaders and residents of Nyandarua County have endorsed a controversial Bill that seeks to address the sharp increase in the consumption of second-generation alcoholic brews.

Draft law set to tighten noose on bar owners

By By ANTONY GITONGA | 7 years ago

Nairobi City pubs that never go to bed

Nairobi City pubs that never go to bed

Some pubs in Zimmerman, operate up to wee hours of the morning daily in total disregard of the Mututho laws, reports Mr Tom Elly.

- | 8 years ago

Hoteliers seek mandate on beer regulation

Hoteliers, restaurants operators and owners of entertainment facilities now want to self-regulate the sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks at their premises.

Macharia Kamau | 8 years ago

Formal and legal alcohol industry has borne brunt of Mututho laws

In his opinion piece, Kapondi’s amendments to ‘Mututho Laws’ Bogus, (The Standard, September 26), lawyer Kiratu Kamunya arduously tried painting Mt Elgon MP Fred Kapondi as a person seeking to protect the interest of beer manufacturers, distributors and vendors and not the general welfare of Kenyans in his proposed amendments to Mututho’s laws.

- | 8 years ago

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