Kenyans have reacted after the government named the region that leads in the consumption of illicit brews. The government has named the western part of Kenya as the region that leads in the manufacture of traditional brews at 23%.
Photo Courtesy; Officers during a crackdown on illicit brews. Only used for illustration.
This is according to the report that was released by NACADA. The situation has forced administrators in the region to call for a meeting to look on ways to address the matter. It is reported that Bungoma County leads the western region at 90%.
Speaking on the matter, Western Regional Commissioner Isaiah Nakoru said that will hold a major crackdown as the CS Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki had instructed.
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Isaiah Nakoru further added that the rate of consumption of the illicit brew was alarming as it could also affect the economy of the region.
See some reactions from Kenyans regarding this matter;
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