Shock as County houses turn into illicit brew dens

Deputy County Commissioner Nakuru Mr. Herman Shambi has warned those operating illicit brew dens in County government rental house that their days are numbered. Speaking during an exclusive interview, the administrator stated that they will not tolerate such illegal businesses to take place in government houses. He added that they have made communication to the County Government of Nakuru over the same.According to DCC Shambi, over 50 County houses in Nakuru East are involved in illicit brew business and time is now for the tenants to vacate the houses as…

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Njoro residents protest accusing police, administrators for colluding with illicit brewers

Police in Njoro were forced to use teargas to disperse angry residents who had blocked the Njoro-Molo Road accusing the police and local administrators of colluding with notorious illicit brewers in the area. The locals who invaded two of dens illicit brew in Konza City and Jua Kali areas said the administrators had failed in the fight against the illicit brew which had let to the death one young person while another was undergoing treatment at the Nakuru Level 5 Hospital after consuming the illicit brew. They accused one brewer…

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Konza residents in Njoro launch initiative to end illicit brew

Residents of Konza village in Njoro Sub County have started an initiative where the locals will work closely with administrators in ensuring an end to illicit brew business in the area. According to the locals, the illicit brew business has messed up the lives of many productive youths in the area and led to high crime cases. Under the initiative, the locals will be able to volunteer information on cases of illicit brew to the administrators for action to be taken. Speaking during the launch of the initiative in the…

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Police raid Nakuru’s Flamingo estate,net 1200 litres of illicit brew and rolls of bhang

Police in Flamingo estate Nakuru County on Thursday morning netted 1,200 litres of Kangara and six rolls of bhang in the ongoing operation against illicit brews. Three grammes of unpacked bhang was also recovered during the operation led by Nakuru Ocpd Samuel Obara, Nakuru east AP commander Barnabas Kimutai and a contingent of police officers from Nakuru East sub county. The second raid in two days was successful following a tip off from members of the public. Nakuru Ocpd Samuel Obara said that the brew was packed in twenty litres…

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