UK anathema on drug khat worries Kenya growers

A anathema comes into force in a UK on Tuesday on a drug, khat, that is traditionally used by Ethiopian, Kenyan, Somali and Yemeni communities.

The British supervision says outlawing khat brings a UK into line with other European countries where it is a tranquil substance.

However in Kenya’s khat-growing Meru region, there is regard about a mercantile impact of a ban.

The BBC’s Anne Soy reports.

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