National Police Service today has sent a crucial message to all Kenyans concerning the illicit brew in the country.
They have also informed Kenyans that unregulated drinks have also inflicted disabilities to victims and even caused fatalities.
The National Police Service has informed Kenyans to to stick to the regulated drinks that are safe for human consumption as the country joins the whole world in the December festivities.
The National Police Service has also informed Kenyans that Njiru Sub county police commander Mr. Paul Wambugu and his team did raid and impounded a haul of illicit brew along Ngong River and arrest were made.
"Illicit brew has in the past caused families immeasurable pain. Unregulated drinks have inflicted disabilities to victims and caused fatalities. As we approach December festivals, we encourage the public to stick to regulated drinks that are declared safe for human consumption." National Police Service tweeted on their official verified Twitter account.
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