Mututho warns ‘scrupulous’ rehabs

The National Authority for Campaign Against Drug Abuse (NACADA) has warned of rehabilitation centres, operating without licenses across the country.

NACADA Board chairman John Mututho says only four government owned rehab centres out of 80 are operating legally.

Terming them ‘money making machines’, he said most of the privately owned rehabilitation centres have been established for the sake of business purposes which is against the NACADA board.

Mututho has now issued a stern warning to owners of such centres, saying the institutions will be shut down if they fail to comply with the set regulations, as soon as possible.


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