Police nab illicit brews at kenol township


16 Jul 2015 | by Pauline Gitau
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Police nab illicit brews at kenol township

The security team in lower murang'a county confiscated over 800 litres of illicit brew identified as munyiri brand hidden in one of its depot in kenol town.The contraband liquor was in kenya brewery bottles packed into crates, raising questions how the 2nd generation brew ended up in the giant beer making company bottles.............

The security team in lower murang'a county confiscated over 800 litres of illicit brew identified as munyiri brand hidden in one of its depot in kenol town.The contraband liquor was in kenya brewery bottles packed into crates, raising questions how the 2nd generation brew ended up in the giant beer making company bottles.


The beer brand labels shown its manufacturing plant base is  in Kerugoya area of Kirinyaga county.Confirming the incident the Murang'a south deputy county commissioner Geoffrey Kigochi lauded the public for their cooperation in fighting illicit brews charging that they got a tip-off from the members of the public.Kigochi said the bottles beared marks of kenya brewery alleging some sort of corruption which could have engaged to let those bottles out of the mega beer making company.

The administrator as well added that they have been provided with a list of over three hundred beer making companies of second generation accompanied by the various types of brand they manufacture, saying the list is aiding them alot in the on going crackdown of illicit brews.Finally the beer was destroyed by the public, commending President Uhuru Kenyatta for his directive in fighting lethal drinks.Meanwhile  Daniel Njuguna aged 39 years  –a kenol town shoe shiner, disclosed that he has taken beer since early nineties and currently he was urinating and pyeing on himself without sensing.

His fellow alcoholic Francis Ngigi- a mason aged 50 years applauded the crackdown saying he can now do his job with alcohol interference.The duo called upon the president to stop providing family planning medicines to give them chance to sire children. ends

 

 

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