Police based in Kisumu Kondele area have confiscated second generation alcohol and illicit liquor in an operation that saw discovery of thousands of litres of the drinks.
“Detectives based in Kisumu’s Kondele DCI post who have been pursuing a criminal cartel notorious in distributing second generation alcohol & illicit liquor in the area have confiscated over 500L of suspected Chang’aa, 240 bottles of Simba Waragi and several bundles of export cigarettes over the last two days.” Said DCI
The operation was initiated by a public outcry of the public over the increased consumption of ‘kill me quick’ in the area which has also made its way into social joints.
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“The operation was iniated following public outcry over increased consumption of the “kill me quick” liquor, with the perpetrators sneaking the same into social joints.” Said DCI
A suspicious Toyota Fielder was cornered at a garage where fifteen 20L jericans of suspected chang’aa was recovered in the process. Investigations led to recovery of more items at Riat area in Kisumu county.
“Acting on a tip-off from members of the public, a team of the detectives led by the deputy In-Charge DCI post cornered a suspicious Toyota Fielder at a garage, recovering fifteen 20L jericans of suspected chang’aa from it.
Upon interrogation of the lone driver, detectives proceeded to a store within Riat area, therefrom making the rest of the recoveries. Trailing of more suspects is underway, with detectives working with the local leaders to neutralize the syndicate.” Said DCI