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“Drug Bust in Ndunyu Market: One and a Half Bags of Bhang Seized, Two Suspects in Custody Ahead of Court Appearance”

By Kamadi Amata and Evans Isohe.

In a shocking turn of events, the Ndunyu market has been hit by a drug bust. The police from Mutuini Police Station have seized one and a half bags of bhang from the market, and two suspects have been apprehended in connection with the crime.

Eyewitnesses say that the police arrived at the market early monday and began searching the area. They soon discovered the illegal substance hidden among a pile of vegetables and fruits in a house. The police wasted no time in taking action and arrested two suspects who were in the vicinity.

The suspects, whose identities have not been released to the public, are said to be local residents of the area. They were immediately taken into custody and are currently being held at the Mutuini Police station. The police have confirmed that the suspects will be arraigned tomorrow to face charges related to drug possession and trafficking.

The seizure of the bhang has sent shockwaves throughout the community, with many residents expressing their shock and dismay at the news. The police have commended members of the public for their cooperation in the operation and have urged anyone with information on illegal activities to come forward and report to the authorities.

The Ndunyu market has long been known as a hub for illegal activities, and this latest bust by the police is a significant blow to the criminal underworld in the area. The police have assured the public that they will continue to work tirelessly to rid the market of any illegal activities and maintain law and order in the area.

As the investigation continues, the police have warned that anyone found engaging in illegal activities will face the full force of the law. The seizure of the one and a half bags of bhang is a clear indication that the police are determined to stamp out illegal activities in the Ndunyu market, and they will not rest until the area is free from crime, said Dagoretti Sub County Mr. Abdi.

A police officer who spoke on condition of anonymity has revealed that the community has been blaming them for not dealing with drug traffickers in the area. The officer stated that the police have been working tirelessly to combat the drug menace in the area.

The officer stated that drug traffickers often operate in secrecy, and it can be challenging to track down and apprehend them. However, the police have been using intelligence gathering and targeted operations to identify and arrest drug traffickers in the area.

The officer also revealed that the police have been carrying out public sensitization campaigns to educate the community and especially the youths, on the dangers of drug abuse and the importance of reporting any illegal activities to the authorities. The officer urged members of the public to work with the police in the fight against drug trafficking and other illegal activities in the area.

Kamadi Amata
Kamadi Amatahttps://mtaaniradio.or.ke
I am a digital content creator with niche in Health, politics, and Human Interest Features.
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