Kenya police work with Anglican Church to combat crime

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[The Star, by Wanjohi Gakio] Administration Police in Nyahururu and the Anglican Church are holding a five-day crusade to call for reforms among criminals

The officers said the rise in consumption of illicit brews is worrying.

Nyahururu district AP boss Daniel Masaba told a press conference in Nyahururu that local illicit brew consumers are not changing their ways even after being arrested and prosecuted.

He said they are giving police officers a difficult time hunting them up and down besides being an eyesore and a burden to the society.

“These people are jailed but are still slipping into old ways. We have used guns and now want to bring the bible on board to see whether our work will be more effective,” Masaba said.

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