Eldoret Police Conduct Raid, Apprehend Notorious Trader in Illegal Importation of Second-Generation Liquor

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“We successfully seized over 90 cartons of Kingdom Vodka and Signature, both explicitly prohibited within our borders”

Henry Zuma, Soy Sub-County Police Boss, posing with a selection of confiscated second-generation alcohol.

On Saturday morning, police officers hailing from Soy Sub-county in Uasin Gishu executed a targeted operation, raiding a residence situated in the Kamukunji estate on the outskirts of Eldoret town.

The focus of their mission was the confiscation of cartons of second-generation liquor suspected to have been illicitly imported from a neighboring country.

Soy Sub-county Police Boss, Henry Zuma, provided insights into the operation, asserting, “A notorious trader, deeply entangled in the unlawful importation of second-generation alcohol, has been apprehended and is slated for legal proceedings.” Zuma underscored the severity of the situation, cautioning residents against partaking in second-generation alcohol and other illicit beverages, especially during this festive season.

Zuma elaborated on the nature of the confiscated items, stating, “We successfully seized over 90 cartons of Kingdom Vodka and Signature, both explicitly prohibited within our borders.” Emphasizing a commitment to public safety, he assured Soy residents of heightened police patrols throughout the festive season. Zuma urged the public to actively participate in maintaining security by promptly reporting any suspicious activities.

In a broader context, Zuma highlighted the nationwide initiative, sharing, “Police officers across the country have been recalled to duty to reinforce law and order during this festive season.” This strategic deployment aims to ensure a secure environment for all citizens, fostering a sense of safety and tranquility during the celebratory period.

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