Thika East chiefs have been cautioned against the return of illicit brews in the area.
Area Deputy County Commissioner Solomon Komen has directed that all the chiefs are to fully clear the drinking dens.
This comes after cases of drunken men and women have been reported to the area chiefs despite a presidential order to clear second generation brews from Central Kenya.
Speaking in Munyu area when he engaged the area residents on Wednesday, the DCC fired a stern warning to the local chiefs to be vigilant and be keen on taming the brews to ensure that perpetrators are brought to book.
He said that the chiefs and community should work hand in hand and embrace Nyumba Kumi Initiative to curb those involved.
He expressed his concerns with those homemade dens that still sell alcohol to the community which are not approved by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) insisting that when found the law will take its cause and will not relent.
Komen insisted that the area is an alcohol-free zone and that they will work in partnership with the county government to fish out those found drunk to pinpoint the liquor dens.
Area MP Alice Ng’ang’a cautioned the local administration on Wednesday against the same when he led the President through the area.