On Friday, May 6, four men and three ladies landed in the hands of police after they were found packing Bhang in Ithanga village, kakuzi location, Muranga county. Bhang is edible preparations made from leaves of Cannabis sativa which originated from India. Bhang use and selling is illegal in Kenya though there are people who do domestic selling in the county.
The commander of police in Ithanga, Kakuzi Mr.John Ogolla has said that the seven people have been found with four ninety kilogram sacks of Bhang. They were found packing the bhang in smaller quantities for sale in one of the home grounds in Rubiru. The seven landed in the hands of the police during the police patrol over the area .
The police officers arrested the four men and three ladies and carried them to the police station. The four big sacks were also taken to police custody as evidence to use during their judgment before the court of the law.
The commander of the police Mr.John has urged Kenyans to report those who sell bhang in their villages to the police. He said that after they get the reports they will conduct their investigation and arrest the suspects.
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