COVID STORIES: Naivasha MP Jayne Kihara spotlights the plight of her constituents in these corona days
The world is suffering a myriad of setbacks from the spread of the corona virus, however, this does not make nations immune from other forms of disasters as has been confirmed by hundreds living in Naivasha Kenya.
With heavy rains pounding the East African country, a constituency in the vast Rift Valley has more than 200 families left homeless following floods that hit the area.
Luckily, there were no fatalities following the incident.
The flood victims at Ndabibi, Maiella Ward, Naivasha Sub-County first received humanitarian aid from their neighbours who came to rescue them through every means possible after the waters hit their homes.
Visiting the victims, are MP Jayne Kihara donated food and non-food items to children and grownups hit by the floods, leaving them homeless and having no food, blankets, furniture, and other basic goods.
“I have called on the Cabinet Secretary Devolution Eugene Wamalwa to establish the root cause of the destructive floods since this has never happened in Ndabibi,” said MP Kihara.
Despite the dire circumstances, the MP urged the locals to observe the Government directives against the spread of corona virus in the country, which include washing hands, wearing a mask, staying at home, sanitizing surfaces, and social distancing.
The Government, through different agencies, has also set up camp in Ndabibi to offer help to the locals.
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