Kenya – Chang’aa, a liquid nightmare

Jacinta Wanjiku, 56, has three sons and three daughters and lives in Thiru. “I started drinking in 1980 with my boyfriend of that time. When he left me I was already an alcoholic and I started drinking chang’aa produced in the villages as it was much cheaper. I stole from home to drink, I wasn’t able to take care of my children and thought about suicide. When I didn’t have any money, I learnt to distil chang’aa to sell, even though often I drank it all myself. I’ve been in rehab since June 2017″.

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