For some Kenyans in various sections of the nation, drinking illegal brews has become a daily practice. The practice that provides a living for the majority of Kenyans from low-income households has been formally deemed illegal.
Today, President William Ruto issued a warning to a group of citizens, stating that if they disobey his commands, they will be forced to leave the nation.
The President declared that both Kenyans and foreigners who are involved in the sale and trafficking of hard narcotics will be expelled from the nation.
If they don't want to stop selling narcotics to helpless Kenyans, he said, they should start looking for another nation.
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