Recently, the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta announced worrying news to Kenyans after revealing what awaits our country. According to reports, president Uhuru Kenyatta announced hunger as a pandemic in our country following worrying news from various parts of our country where people have been starving due to lack of food and water as a result of prolonged drought.
According to today's reports, residents of Meru county have today been left in great panic as high tension engulfs the lower parts of Tigania in Meru County after camels from neighbouring counties invaded farms, triggering fears of conflict over pasture and water.
This has resulted to great panic among residents of Tigania in Meru county as a lot of danger and troubles looms in that place following the current situation which some parts of the country are undergoing. They are therefore requesting the government to rescue them so as to avoid those camels from damaging their crops which they are depending on.
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