The heinous act that transpired in a drinking den known as God's Power Cafe was earlier raided by police officers and and the local chief and found ARV drugs in a basin ready to be used while drums of illicit brew were being prepared to be sold to innocent customers after undergoing the process.
Confirming the incident is the Isiolo Deputy County Commissioner, Kepha Marube who said that youths in the region of the region have lost track of life and have become a budden in the area since there is an increase in insecurity and the drugs put in the alcohol has increased the mortality rate in Isiolo.
The police boss further added that the crackdown is one of the many they have carried out to end the brewing of illicit brew which has seen families get broken.
From the incident, the police managed to arrest two people, a man and his wife who are believed to own the drinking den. Over 2,000 litres of alcohol was destroyed as the police heighten the crackdown.
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