Kenyans have taken to Internet to angrily react to news that police officers today seized 6 sacks with bhang worth Sh 2.9 Million.
This is following news Shared by the Nation claiming Migori County officers got into a long chase with a farmer along Isibania-migori Road before arresting him carrying the sacks after been tipped about it.
With the Plant and business been illegal in the country right now despite calls of it to be legalised officers have been constantly chasing and arresting farmers and sellers of the drug.
However one thing has always remained a fairly tale and that is how they get to value sacks of the drug when they nab it hidden or been transported along the streets.
And this has raised a major concern among netizens who think the officers maybe secretly involving themselves in the business hence freely knowing it's value.
Angevi Junior, "How do police always come to exact price of bhang immediately yet it's not in Kenyan market. I think the first seller are government under police."
Robert Mukokhwe, " Recently I came across a police officer smoking marijuana, where did he get it if indeed it's illegal."
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