Police have this morning nabbed a man with 20 sacks of bang in Isebania, Migori County as he tried to smuggle the illegal substance into the Country.
According to the police reports, the suspect was taking the bang to Nairobi were it would be distributed to their clients. The origin is believed to be Tanzania were it has been ordered from.
Confirming the incident is the Migori County Police Commander, Mark Wanjala who said they had been told by locals of the illegal business making them to ambush the suspect. Wanjala revealed that the bhang is estimated to be Ksh 5.5 million.
The police boss assured netizens that his team will work extra hard to ensure that smuggling of drugs from the border becomes a thing of the past. He further issued a warning to drug dealers telling them that their days are numbered.
The arrested suspect will be arraigned in court on Monday and the bang will be used as exhibits against him.
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