Mr John Michael Njenga Mututho: National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA)

Dear Sir; Good afternoon. Allow us to join the affected families in mourning the over 70 innocent lives, in only three days, who succumbed to methanol-poisoned illicit brews as at May 7, 2014.

Majority being bread winners, the grief and pain to their dependents will surely persist for many years to come

Regrettably, sir, as the Chairman of the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA), the law bequeaths you a major public burden to explain the deaths than possibly anyone else.

In another world, the ink on your resignation letter would have long dried out. You would have been waiting for either prosecution or facing a fierce and protracted grilling by professional and representative commission of public inquiry.

But this is Kenya:  so you can rest assured that no one will bother to point a finger at you. In fact, you will be the one pointing, which you have unashamedly already done, by joining the bandwagon of selfish former senior provincial administrators in sacrificing their hapless juniors, chiefs and assistants – who report to them!

With utmost respect and humility we can muster we want to put to you, sir, that it is indeed you and the entire board of NACADA that should be arraigned by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for multiple murders resulting from loss of lives. This is why?

1.     NACADA is either overwhelmed or long lost its’ focus

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