Police, Chief and assistant chief from Keiyo South sub county in Elgeiyo Marakwet county has yesterday joined hands in the operation against Illicit brew business in the sub county.
Raymond Jembe who is a police constable at Kamwosor police station and also the leader of the operation, said they manage to get over 500 litres of Illicit brew and arrested four people, who were engaging in the business.
Photo: Illicit brew
Jembe added that the operation launched today at Kamwosor area, will continue until they make sure that there is nobody carrying out illicit brew business, which is illegal in Kenya.
He also urged all those who are engaging in the activity to refrain since they will face the sharp end of the law if they are caught.
The operation comes following the rising cases of youths and young people who are reported to be drinking, instead of focusing on education and other development projects to boost their livelihoods.
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