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How Police Changed the Lives of Chang'aa Dealers Who Were Mostly Widowers

If you could talk about local illicit brews Nyagenke village at Kisii county would not go unnoticed because of how police kept raiding the village. The village had a history on making Chang'aa which the police tried there best to eradicate but to vain

Currently the police officers deviced another method of dealing with illicit brews in that village other than using force, after realizing most of the dealers are widowers

The officers have come together and rented farms for some women and opened small businesses to others. This has helped reduced the making and selling of Chang'aa, as most of these women are either busy in there businesses or farms. This has changed many of them in terms of attitude in that they can survive well without illicit brews

Over several years Chang'aa selling was the main activity at Nyagenke, kisii county but as it stands now its a place to be used as example for the exemplary work they are doing

This has been termed as the best move by the police in that area to make a different approach on the sellers, as most ladies have been transformed by the teachings from the police department. They have also moved out educating others on disadvantages of illicit brews to the society.

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Chang'aa Nyagenke


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