Nandi residents want officers transferred over illicit brew sale

Nandi residents want officers transferred over illicit brew sale

The fight against second generation alcohol continues as residents of Kaburus in Ndalat Ward, Nandi County call upon the Government to reshuffle police and government officers working in the area.

They claim that the officers are working together with the sellers of the illicit liquor. They further demand for the closure of operating bars that sell the alcohol in the area.

According to the residents, the police officers do not take any action on the illicit liquor and second generation alcohol sellers despite receiving information from the public. They argue that officers collect money from the bar operators as bribe to allow them continue running the business.

Last week, the Principal Secretary for Interior Karanja Kibicho took the campaign to Migori County where he urged the locals to engage more in agricultural activities as means of generating income. The PS has been on the frontline in fighting the illicit brew especially in central region.

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