Kenya: Govt Stepping Up War On Counterfeits – CS Adan
Nairobi — The government has issued a stern warning on the production and distribution of counterfeit goods in the country.This follows the seizure of Sh35 million worth of counterfeit goods by the Anti-Counterfeit Agency (ACA) at a residential house in Nairobi.Industrialisation Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohamed says the government will take swift and decisive action against anyone found culpable and stressed that stringent measures including hefty fines will be imposed on those who engage in illicit trade of counterfeit goods in the country.
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