Kenya joins Rwanda, Tanzania in shisha ban
2 months ago, 28 Dec 16:07
Kenya has banned the smoking of water-pipe tobacco popularly known as shisha. The Health minister, Cleopa Mailu, in a gazette notice on Thursday barred the importation, manufacture, advertising and sale of shisha in the country. According to the legal notice, anyone found guilty of contravening the ban faces a Ksh50,000 (about $500) penalty or a six-month jail term or both. A further Ksh1,000 ($10) will be fined for each day a person infringes the law. “No person shall import, manufacture, sell, ...
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