Sad as More Than 240 Goats Die After allegedly Drinking Water From an Ancient Well in Wajir County
By +254HotNews | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 7 views
One fan by the name Oimba Onchieku on facebook shared information that residents of Gunana location,Sarman Ward Tarbaj Sub county in Wajir County are counting losses after more than 240 goats died after reportedly drinking water from an ancient well.
According to him, residents of Tarbaj sub county are claiming that the area has no reliable source of water leaving them and their animal at the mercy of dangerous ancient wells water.
This is what he posted on Facebook,
"Residents of Gunana location, Sarman Ward, Tarbaj sub-county, Wajir County are counting losses after more than 240 goats die after reportedly drinking water from an ancient well.They claim the area has no reliable source of water leaving them and their animal at the mercy of dangerous ancient wells water."
The government should look for a way of providing clean water to residents of Wajir county and not to leave them suffer with their animals.
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