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Police In Kakamega County Nabs Alcohol Containers

Fifty liters of alcohol containers in Namushiya location Malava district in Kakamega county have been kept in police custody as the suspects of all that are on the investigation. According to Namushiya assistant chief Rose Kiteki speaking after being informed by area residents of the issue, explained that Westgate outskirts are the most affected area in the district and thereby calling upon parents to be steady with their children especially at this particular moment there are on vacation.

Namushiya assistant chief Rose Kiteki left.

“Let's not endanger our boys and girls at this particular moment they’re of from schools. We have to understand that an idle mind is a devils workshop and therefore unless we don’t utilize our children especially our girls by keeping them busy, many will be misused by men who at long last cause them to become pregnant”, Namushiya assistant chief, Rose Kiteki warned the people of Malava.

Madam Rose Kiteki had been accompanied by area residents who added that they’ll ensure demolishment of alcohol depots in the constituency, advising other community representatives to emulate such an example for the good model-up of the youths.

Malava Residents.

“It is my wish that the government addresses this issue of alcohol in the country. This will be so much important to us. Unless county and national government do not intervene through this matter we shall continue blaming ourselves for not moving ahead like other communal tribes in Kenya are doing”, added the Assistant chief.

Consequently, she removed her congrats to Malava police officers for their support in tracking alcohol containers, advising many in the area to help the government in maintaining law and order by reporting such illicit behaviors.

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