Early today police have managed to arrest large number of those who are selling their products using nylons papers and vendors who are supplying papers in wholesale and retail price, in various part of taita taveta county papers banned by government few years ago because of environment pollution.
Various parts of taita tavetacounty people still using papers, one business man said "we are not the one who importing papers because many products from outside country wrapped with nylons and not only here even other counties"
Officer said "We have already send warning to all those who are still using nylons papers which is ilegal few weeks ago, but people are still ignoring we will not entertain any person doing this kind of business mostly those who are distributing papers.
This operation will continue till we get enough solution if you caught in this trap you will face law in full force" those arrested are in police custody waiting to be laid in court.
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