The Kenyan Government has today broken silence with a major warning announcement targeting all Kenyan citizens inhabiting distinguished local and regional destinations.
Addressing today the 16th of January 2023, the Kenyan Government has raised an alarm to all Kenyan citizens residing within the Kenyan borders over the consumption of second generation brews, popularly known as illicit brews.
The Kenyan Government has warned all Kenyan citizens that consumption of illicit brews is "unsafe for human consumption due to its unsafe method of preparation.
The Kenyan Government has divulged that mixing ethanol with water in the preparation of illicit brews is potentially dangerous when consumed, warning all Kenyan citizens against consuming the second generation brews.
The Kenyan Government has warned that all outlets caught red-handed preparing illicit brews will be arrested and arraigned to court. The state has called upon all Kenyan citizens citizens to report all rogue brewers to the relevant authorities in a devoted move fostered towards curbing the heinous practice of preparation of illicit brews.
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