Three people have been arrested over the issue of illegal sugar that was imported from Uganda. The suspects have been engaging in the prohibited act behind the back of the National Police Service Unit.
According to the report taken by the National Police Service Unit, 489 bags were found in the detained lorry suspected to be from Uganda.
Similar to the same case, a driver has been arrested in Kakamega. The driver had been driving a lorry with counterfeited sugar suspected to originate from Uganda.
The unaccustomed sugar was put in bags with a label of a certain Kenyan Sugar Company.
Regarding the sources, more strict measures are being applied to bring the prohibited business act to a stop.A team comprised of DCI, KPS, Critical Infrastructure Protection Unit and National Government Administration Officers and KRA Customs have been given the mandate to control over the importation of such goods.
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