The extent and perceived effect of drink driving in Kampala
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Globally, drinking alcohol is considered a social leisure act in many societies, especially among male acquaintances. Many people drink alcohol to relax and for entertainment, both at home and a party. In some African societies, alcohol consumption is highly valued to the extent that it is used to perform rituals during marriage ceremonies, without which the two families may not start a conversation. This is common in Ugandan cultures like Buganda, Ankole, Busoga, and other communities as well. Since it is highly recognized as a traditional beverage, alcohol can be dangerous in many ways if it is consumed in excess (abused)This study is an exploration of the extent and perceived effect of drinking and driving in Kampala. The researcher will use a quantitative approach to come up with inferences about drunk driving in Kampala and the possible effects it has on society.