Nakuru open sewer lines pose health risk to slum residents
4 days ago, 14:45
More than 500 Families living in slums in Nakuru risk contracting of sanitation-related diseases as a result of incomplete and open sewer lines. Most of the homesteads in the low-end estates are surrounded by inefficient and leaking sewers discharging untreated effluent into the environment. The situation has now been compounded by the current long rains season. Most of slums areas mainly located on the lower sides of the town and are most likely to be hit by floods and possible disease outbreak ...
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