Insecurity in Nakuru blamed on illicit brew
26 September 2013, 10:55
Nakuru - Nakuru County Commissioner, Mohammed Birik, Wednesday said that chang’aa brewing in estates is the real cause of insecurity in the County.
He said that his officers will not relent in the fight against illegal brew until the menace is wiped out completely.
“Most of insecurity cases come are as a result of this illegal trade and that’s why we are more committed in the fight against this menace,” he said.
Speaking during a peace forum in Nakuru, Birik reiterated the government's commitment to fight insecurity in the country.
Birik also noted that a huge number of youths in Nakuru County are still languishing in poverty due to consumption of the cheap illicit brew.
He also threatened to name some of the local leaders who have been colluding with the brewers in promoting illegal liquor in Nakuru.
“Most of our youths have become useless because of this chang’aa business and this why we have to put a stop it,” he warned.
The commissioner also urged the Nakuru County government to assist in fighting the illegal business adding that it will be a milestone for the economy of the County.
At the same time, he urged political leaders to set aside their political differences and work for the common good of the public.
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