Kisumu city residents are hereby asked to be extra careful with the domestic animals including cattle, goats, and sheep, this is after the management of the city prohibited movement of these animals within the city and work zoned areas.
In a notice issued from the city manager Abala Wanga to the county commissioner Kisumu, county police commissioner, the OCS, director of public health and sanitation Kisumu, county health officer Kisumu, the county residents magistrate Kisumu law courts and to all low level security personals and government administrators including the members of the county assembly, sub county, ward, village administrators, chiefs, assistant chiefs and church leaders, the city management has warned of domestic animals roaming and grazing within the streets without control.
Following this, the owners, caretakers and or keepers of the domestic animals have been notified that it is prohibited and have been asked to ensure no domestic animal is found within the prohibited areas in the city, any breach of this will lead to prosecution in a court of law.
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