Narok residents issued notice to vacate areas considered landslide risks

Narok Central DCC Kennedy Mwangome in his office giving his remarks on the outcome of floods.

Residents living in flood-prone and landslide areas in Narok County have been issued with an urgent notice to vacate premises that are dangerous and can lead to loss of life and property during this rainy season.

Speaking in his office yesterday, Narok Central Deputy County Commissioner Kennedy Mwangome said the Narok Central Disaster Committee is moving along the riparian areas to ensure that they are free of any human habitation.

He added that the buildings opposite Supreme Hotel and along Nyawira Road are not safe as the soil on the cliff is slowly peeling off.

The tenants around these locations were therefore given notice to vacate the premises immediately as the rains continue pouring down.


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By Nancy Masit

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