Demonstration By Residents In Kisii Town Happening Now
By TECHCOMPLEXES | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Kisii Town is the headquarters of Kisii County. The county is one of the counties that lie on the western parts of Kenya. It's population it's growing rapidly day by day as many people flock the county for investments. It's well known for its richness in bananas 'ebisukari'.
After a one week shortage of water in Kisii county,Kisii county enforcement teams have went ahead to destroy vibada's and kiosks which small traders use for carrying out their businesses. These has led to clashes between the residents and the police. The residents are now demonstrating as they block the Kisii main roads. They have lit fire which is seen from every direction.
They are demanding to know why problems after problems continue leading to suffering of many despite the county Government role to ensure peace, joy and full satisfaction of the residents. They instead want solutions on the problems the county it's facing now.
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