The National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) in Kenya has banned the use of 19 popular Shisha flavours that are alleged to be laced with marijuana, heroin and cocaine.
Kenya Bans 19 Shisha Flavours
If you ever dreamt of having a wide array of kenyan flavours of shisha, while you're on holiday there, then you'll have to reconsider, because the Kenyan Government aren't weird flavour-friendly.
Reports has it that, NACADA chairman John Mututho has stated that anyone caught using or consuming any of the banned flavours will be apprehended and prosecuted.
The 19 flavours banned so far are; Al Fakher strawberry flavour, Al Fakher orange flavour, Al Fakher two apples with mint flavour, Al Fakher vanilla flavour, Al Fakher two appeals flavour, Al Fakher guava flavour, Al Fakher orange with mint flavour, Al Fakher orange flavour, formulated kuber (positive for morphine), Nakhala molasses tobacco apple flavour, strong formulated shisha cocktail, medium formulated shisha cocktail, mild formulated shisha, Al Fakher energy drink flavour, Al Fakher packet strawberry flavour and Al Fakher chocolate with mint flavour.
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