Police in Isiolo are holding 49 individuals, including a business administrator, captured on Thursday night while smoking shisha inside a premise.
Following up on a hint from the public, the officials jumped on the revelers who were celebrating during curfew hours near a hall close to the Isiolo Law Courts.
The officials seized 20 machines that the revelers were sharing while in bunches in unmitigated dismissal to Covid-19 restrictions.
Mr Shambi bemoaned that such social events where wellbeing rules are spurned were likely of adding to expanded transmission of Covid-19.
He said youth were putting their lives in danger of sharing the tobacco substance by means of lines as could send irresistible illnesses and Coronavirus that keeps on unleashing ruin across the globe.
Isiolo County Police Commander Joseph Kigen said activity will be supported in Isiolo town and its environs to kill the unlawful organizations.
Mr Shambi cautioned that those contribution the water pipe tobacco hazard having their organizations shut and licenses renounced.
The police supervisor said the presumes will be summoned on Monday.
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