The National Police Service has informed Kenyans that the Directorate of Criminal Investigation in Njoro are currently investigating the demise of 6 people who were connected to the consumption of illicit brew.
The National Police Service has informed Kenyans that they are currently relying on the initial report of Francis Mwangi Mungai who is a resident in Jewathu estate in Njoro sub county.
Francis Mwangi informed the police that his 38 year old son, Michael Kariuki, was found dead in his house without a previous history of illness.
Other three people died in Nakuru General Hospitals and the doctors informed the police that it was a suspected food poisoning.
The DCI has assured Kenyans that the investigation are currently on going to establish the circumstances that lead to the death of the six.
The DCI has mourned with the people of Jewathu estate and asked them to help the DCI to unravel the details of the mysterious deaths.
The National Police Service has asked the Kenyans to ensure that they consume products that have already declared fit for consumption and at the same time ensure that they are keen on the expiry date.
"DCI officers in Njoro are investigating the demise of six people in separate incidences suspected to be connected to consumption of illicit brew in Njoro, Nakuru County.
Relying on an initial report by Francis Mwangi Mungai, a resident of Jowatho estate" National Police Service tweeted on their official verified Twitter account.
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