Detectives from the criminal investigations department (DCI) have been able to seize a consignment of illegal substances at a house in Nakuru after a tip-off by members of the public.
The operation that was carried out swiftly led to the discovery of cannabis Sativa that was packed in nylon paper and also heroin and other processing materials.
However, the owners of the house escaped minutes before the police arrived. Seems someone might have tried them about the incoming operation.
Police are yet to establish the origins of the substances and where the already packaged ones were heading to.
Several campus students and street kids have been vastly affected by the increased abuse of illegal drugs.
Most of which end up in the hands of young children below the age of 18 years. The Kenyan Anti-narcotics unit should not relent in pretending these money-driven peddlers that seek to spoil the lives of our young men and women.
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