Government Banned drug business is illegal in Kenya, just as it is in various other countries in the world. But shockingly, some citizens never adhere to stipulated constitutional law as per what is not allowed in the country. This is the reason why many people get arrested, find themselves in court chambers, and so on.
On Wednesday 27th July 2016, Police in Kiambu County Ruiru Town arrested a man who had put away three sacks of bhang in his house at his Ruiru residential house. Officers additionally discovered 53 maryjane plants at his terrace garden.
The three sacks contained 60 kilograms of ‘ndom’. Police discovered Mr John Mbugua Wanyoike in the organization of five other men accepted to be his exchange accomplices. The six are as of now being held at Ruiru Police Station pending arraignment in court on Wednesday.
Affirming the occurrence, Ruiru OCS Christopher Kimiti said the police trapped the five as they broiled goat meat at the suspect’s home.
“We found them six making joyful while cooking ‘nyama choma ya mbuzi’ (goat’s meat) inside Mbugua’s compound. They appeared to be entertained by their talk. We think the five were there to offer assistance of buying or selling of the drug” stated OCS Kimiti.
Police said they had been tipped off by an head and ‘Nyumba Kumi’ (vigilant administration police unit) individuals.