Climate warning
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William Ruto

Climate warning

El Nino rains

Members of the public and Red cross Personnel assist police pull out a vehicle that had been swept away by floods in Eldas Subcounty, Wajir county. Kenyans have been advised to brace for heavy rains. This is even as floods have been witnessed in the North Eastern region that saw River Tana and River Dauwa in Garissa and Mandera counties burst their banks.

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  • Jane Wangui

    6 w

    A perfect example of the kind of challenges that we are likely to face if we do not take the issue of climate change seriously.

    • Saustine Lusanzu

      29 w

      This is dangerous and alarming

      • walter lungayi

        30 w

        This is so heartbreaking, measures to curb the effects of El Nino should be put in place

        • CHRIS NGATIA

          30 w

          Matters are really getting worse day by day ....

          • Elizabeth Gathigia

            30 w

            Things are getting worse, it's very devastating

            • johnte ndeto

              30 w

              This is so dangerous

              • Rotich Kim

                30 w

                Government should protect his public service and ensure the environment is conducive and not treating there lifes

                • rosebellendiritu

                  30 w

                  @rotich_kim sad reality is,after the rains are over these places will have no food or clean water to sustain themselves.

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