Police Arrests 8 People In Kisumu, Confiscates 410 Litres Of Changaa And Kangara. Gita Police officer's in Kisumu have arrested 8 people in connection to the illicit brew of Changaa and Kangara where they recovered 410 Litres of the illicit brew. This was during a joint crackdown by the National Administrative Officers at the Burlo Village in in Kisumu East Sub-county.
Last episodes we saw Pipi's Mother lying down in the streets hopelessly. She was so drunk and she lost control. In today's episodes Master is not happy at all with Pipi's Mother latest behaviors. Master thought Pipi's Mother had changed from taking alcohol but still she drinks it.
Two Chang'aa vendors were on Thursday afternoon arrested hiding in bush with 450 litres of Chang'aa in Nyaguda, Siaya County. The duo; Betha Agallo and Sofia Were, were ambushed by officers attached to Amoyo police post at around 2pm. Bondo Sub-County Police commander who confirmed the incident said the two were arrested after police were tipped-off by the area assistant chief.
Police officers in Makueni are holding a 74-year-old grandmother, who was found in possession of 38 rolls of bhang and 15 liters of Chang'aa The suspect was nabbed at Darajani village in Kathekani sub-location, Makueni county on Monday. Darajani area assistant administrator Meshack Musyoka who spoke to the press said that probes into the matter are underway.
Police officers in Makueni have detained a 74-year-old woman, who was found in possession of 38 rolls of bhang and some 15 liters of illicit brew. The elderly woman was arrested by police officers on patrol on Monday morning at Darajani village in Kathekani sub-location, Makueni county.
Famous gospel singer Shiro Wa Gp has in due time narrated her grass to grace story. While speaking to in a recent interview with Kameme Fm, Wa Gp said that she was raised in Kiambu by her mum. While giving her story, the famous gospel singer alleged that, due to illegal business of selling changa'aa her mum could spent several occassions while in jail.
Popular Kikuyu Gospel singer Mwangi Zakayo was born and brought up in a small village called Mikundi Cieni, Mathira Constituency in Nyeri County. He was the last born in a family of three. His mother was a single parent could not feed her 3 children and was forced to start selling chang'aa to locals near Cieni primary school.
The National Police Service team have recently arrested dozens of Kenyans in one of the towns in Nairobi County. The multi-security agencies have done a crackdown in Kitengela and more that 30 revellers have be arrested. The operation was to root out illegal liquor and nightclubs violating set operations time.
Police in Kisumu County are currently holding a man who allegedly beats his mother to death today's morning in Seme Sub-County. According to police reports, a 54-year-old woman was hacked to death by her son at Atinga village in Seme Sub-county, Kisumu County, who came home while totally drunk.
A youthful man from Kiambu is calling upon well-wishers to step in and help his mother ditch a local brew called chang'aa. Cyrus Mwaura, 27, who recently completed his diploma course at the Thika Technical Institute, has said her mother, Florance Nyambi Muthoni, is deeply rooted in chang'aa.
By Fredrick Ameka Chang'aa, a traditional home-made brewed drink made by fermentation and distillation from cereals like maize, millet and even sorghum. In the year 2010, former president of Kenya Hon. Mwai Kibaki signed into law the bill that was passed by the parliament about the local drinks.
Photo:Raila Odinga Raila Odinga has delivered good news to local brewers day after Edwin Sifuna's alcohol remarks went viral. ODM leader who is on a visit to Turkana aired his dissatisfaction with how police are enforcing law on local brewers widely known as "chang'aa".
Kenyans have been pissed off after recent rise in cases where prisoners are dying in police custody. Some have taken further steps to organize for demonstrations to coerce the ministry of interior in making quick investigations and arresting rogue officers involved in deaths of inmates. Photo: Courtesy According to the latest privy sourced information, another case of a young sick child who died in police custody has been reported.
Regret in Ugenya's Jera village, Siaya county. Man has killed his wife after catching her at a Chang'aa drinking den. Going by the reports, the man's names are Kevin Onyango, 34. While the deceased's names are Emmaculate, 42. Narrating the scene; Kevin found his wife missing at home and reacted by searching her.
If you could talk about local illicit brews Nyagenke village at Kisii county would not go unnoticed because of how police kept raiding the village. The village had a history on making Chang'aa which the police tried there best to eradicate but to vain Currently the police officers deviced another method of dealing with illicit brews in that village other than using force, after realizing most of the dealers are widowers
Changaa is local home-made brew which is very popular in Kenya. Many people, especially those who can't afford to buy the so called legal alcohol sold in bars, are sorting themselves with home-made brew to stimulate themselves. However, there have been some very dangerous side effects associated with consuming 'changaa'.
Chang'aa is a traditional home-brewed spirit, which is very popular in Kenya. It is made by fermentation and distillation from grains like millet, maize, and sorghum, and it is very potent. The government of kenya has been cracking down on the producers chang'aa, labeling it an illicit brew, despite the believes from it's consumers that the brew is a remedy for sveral diseases.
Chepkoilel PrImary school in Trans Zoia County has expelled two of its pupils for causing unrest in school. One of the pupils is in class six while the other is in class seven. The two students cames from lunch break drunk and started obstructing the peace of other pupils.
A family from Aleles Kakapel location, Busia county is crying for justice after a one year old baby died in a police cell. According to the reports, police arrested one woman with her sick one year old baby and locked them up at Malaba police cell for selling Changaa.
Police officers in Trans Nzoia ha launched a country wide search of illicit brew traders, as it emerged they are selling to children too. The crackdown has been informed after two pupils of Chepkoilel Primary school in Soboti sub county returned to school drunk after lunch break. The group composed of standard six and seven reportedly went for lunch break as usual, but upon returning to school their teachers noticed they were behaving abnormally.