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Felix Kirui is a journalist and writer who is interested in opioid addiction and treatment, as both are prevalent in his family history. He is a supporting character in over six journal publications in drug addiction and opium use. Since his undergraduate years at Chuka University, Felix has been passionate about working in addiction treatment. He spearheaded a movement ‘Drugs Drag’ that helped 12 of his course mates rise above drug addiction.
Around 2016, his research on drug addiction influenced his decision to channel more energy on covering drug-related stories. He has been the lead technical writer at Simplex United since 2015. He has worked with several top brands including Cryptorepo, The SoHo loft Media, Dinardirham, and The Conservative News Paper. In addition to being a writer, Felix provides technical SEO services to businesses of all sizes.
Felix now spends most of his time blogging, writing for popular press publications and advocating for acceptance and support of addiction victims. When not researching or spreading addiction awareness, Felix enjoys artistic pursuits and sparring.
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