Village elders in Njiru had a long day after being sent home by the area chief Stella Njoroge. The elders had been suspected to be taking part in the selling of illicit brew, which has become a menace.
According to sources from the ground, the no nonsense chief has made new appointments shortly after sacking the elders. The residents have been complaining of their children being induced to alcohol drinking; a habit which has affected them greatly.
After a thorough scrutiny of the rental houses by chief Njoroge and other officers, they recovered thousands of litres of the illicit brew which they poured. This is a good move by the administrators to combat the derailing morals of children witnessed lately. The ministry of Education has already conveyed their plans of abolishing boarding schools after the series of fire incidents.
Many parents have shown their support and credit to the efforts being made to restore sanity in the lives of their children more so in the education sector.
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