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Beware, social media could be driving your children to drug abuse

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Social media is inescapable in today’s world. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and multiple other platforms promote a constant connection with friends.

Beware, social media could be driving your children to drug abuse

By Simon Mwangi | 1 month ago

New rules will boost campaign against drug abuse in schools

New rules will boost campaign against drug abuse in schools

Traditionally, students either using or found in possession of substances of abuse have been expelled or suspended from learning institutions.

Simon Mwangi | 3 months ago

New guidelines set to boost schools in war on drug abuse among students

And the negative effects of drug abuse on a learner’s character formation cannot be overemphasised.

Simon Mwangi | 4 months ago

Covid sunk Kenyan youth into deeper alcoholism

Over 10 percent of Kenyans aged between 15 and 65?have an alcohol use disorder, with most of them (60 percent) having the severe form.

Simon Mwangi and Judy Twala | 4 months ago

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