Mututho: Second generation brews are back in the market
20 September 2016, 14:15
Nakuru - NACADA Chairman, John Mututho has warned Kenyans that the second generation brews are back in the market and called upon them to take precaution.
He said that methanol is in high circulation and urged both the County and national leaders to curb the vice.
Mututho condemned brewers and distillers whom he said are after money and not concerned about the welfare of their customers.
This was after a middle-aged man from Molo turned blind after consuming illicit liquor at Casino village over the weekend.
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Charles Ndung’u is said to have gone blind after gulping an illicit brew dubbed ‘Gaso’ which is locally manufactured in their neighborhood.
Narrating his ordeal in his house at Casino village, Ndung’u said his woes started on Saturday when he started nose bleeding after a drinking spree and later everything went dark.
Ndung’u is now calling upon the concerned authorities to fight the vice.
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