A team of multi-agency has recovered 1,265 litres of expired cooking oil in Mombasa as revealed by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation.
“A consignment of 1,265 Expired Twenty Litre Jerry Cans of Miltra Cooking oil has been recovered by a Multi Agency Team led by DCI Detectives based at Mombasa and comprising of officers drawn from the Public Health.”
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The multi-agency team from the Public health ambushed a godown in Changamwe, Mombasa where they arrested a 50-year-old suspect identified as Deborah Taabu.
The suspect is reported to be the owner of the consignment and was planning to repackage the goods before selling to the members of the public.
“The Intelligence led operation that was conducted at Denco Godown within Changamwe Sub-County also resulted in the arrest of 50-year-old Deborah Taabu, who is the owner of the consignment that was to be repackaged and sold to unsuspecting members of the public.”
Kenyans have been warned against the acts of selling expired or poisonous goods as they will be tracked and face the full force of the law.
“The DCI once again warns those hell-bent on supplying products that are poisonous and/or unfit for human consumption out of sheer GREED for money that no effort will be spared in tracking them down & subjecting them to the full force of the law. Suspect to be charged accordingly.”