The people of Busia County experienced an online frenzy after pictures of a sinking road emerged on social media. The same was allegedly posted by Dismas Omukaga on Kenya Yetu Facebook page. The resident is blaming the deplorable state of the road on poor leadership from the area Member of Parliament as well as the County Governor Sospeter Ojaamong. The reasons why the road sank are still yet to be established, but the pictures show the damages occurred due to too much rainfall experienced in the area.
This happens at a time when the country is heading towards the rainy season, which normally destroys many roads in the country. It is high time that the government and leadership in the local areas take this time to prepare themselves to brace for four more complaints from the local evenings that are too full anytime from now on. This though can still be avoided if our generations are put in place to ensure that soil erosion and sinking of work doesn't happen in the future.
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