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September 25, 2017

100 homes flooded in Kisumu as heavy rains pound county

Kisumu County commissioner Maalim Mohammed during a peace forum meeting with aspirants ahead of party primaries/MAURICE ALAL
Kisumu County commissioner Maalim Mohammed during a peace forum meeting with aspirants ahead of party primaries/MAURICE ALAL

More than 100 homes have been marooned in Kisumu county following heavy rains. County commissioner Maalim Mohammed yesterday said those affected are from Nyando subcounty. He said they have liaised with the county to give the families food, blankets and medicine. Residents in flood-prone areas have been asked to move to higher ground.

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