Mututho attributes rising murder cases to poor parenting and effects of drug addiction

The recent trend of murder cases among young generation has been attributed to poor parenting and effects of drug addiction. Former Nacada Boss John Mututho says unless the government and the society accepts to deal with the vises, then there could be even more cases witnessed in the days to come. Speaking in Nakuru on Monday during an interview at his rehab and empowerment Centre-JOMEC, the former Naivasha Legislator also blamed the government for not coming up with policies to address the same. According to Mututho, many youths are born…

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Mututho rejects proposed Bhang legalization Bill

Former NACADA boss John Mututho has dismissed the push by Kibra Member of Parliament Ken Okoth to have bhang legalized in Kenya. Mututho while addressing the media at his JOMEC rehabilitation centre in Nakuru on Thursday said that the bill is aimed at creating a criminal enterprise. He said that it was shameful for a two time member of parliament who is aware of the effects of cannabis sativa to draft such a bill. In a letter to National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, Okoth further wants all criminal records against…

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Avoid games on budgetary matters, Mututho tells legislators

Former Naivasha MP John Mututho has called on both Jubilee and Nasa politicians not to play around with matters of budget which are of public interest. In an exclusive interview on Wednesday, Mututho stated that it was wrong for MPs to peddle around with Budget issues leading to an embarrassment to the Jubilee Government. He added that Kenyans have no issue with paying taxes, but they need to know how the taxes are being utilized towards development. “I want to tell Members of Parliament to stop playing with minds of…

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Mututho sounds stern warning to those mocking ongoing treatment at Jomec Rehab

Former Nacada Boss John Mututho has slammed at a section of individuals in Nakuru County who have been going around politicizing the treatment being given to the drug and alcohol addicts at his Rehabilitation centre-JOMEC. Mututho was addressing media on Wednesday concerning a video that went viral on social media purporting that one of the patients at the Jomec Centre was subjected to the removal of some of his body parts including Kidney during treatment. The Former Nacada Boss refuted such claims adding that he will take stern action against…

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Mututho wants stern action taken against corrupt MPs

Former Nacada Boss John Mututho now wants stern action taken against corrupt Members of various committees in the National Assembly and Senate. Mututho who once served as MP for Naivasha says there has been a trend in parliament where some committee members become compromised when probing scandals involving powerful persons in the country. Addressing media on Monday at his Jomec offices, the former Nacada boss said a time has come that corrupt MPs step aside and allow persons of integrity to serve Kenyans. “We condemn the corruption cases being reported…

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Mututho urges counties to set up rehabs as world marks Day against Drug Abuse

Even as International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking is marked on 26th June, former Nacada chair John Mututho has called on county governments to ensure they set funds for the rehabilitation of drug addicts. Addressing media on Tuesday after paying a visit to street families at the Railway station in Nakuru town, Mututho said it was so sad that people were busy embezzling public funds and grabbing public land instead of focusing on helping the needy in society. He said a time has come that the county governments…

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Mututho slams MPs’ move to reduce NYS budget

Former NACADA boss John Mututho has opposed the move by the National assembly to slash budgetary allocation for the National Youth service terming it as ill advised. Addressing media in Nakuru on Thursday, Mututho said slashing the budget will not prevent looting in the service. Mututho who once served as Naivasha MP recommended that the cash through a special fund should be distributed evenly in various financial institutions after which NYS servicemen can be allowed to borrow the funds. “The cash through a special fund should be distributed evenly in…

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