Kebu is one of the towns that was established in Kisii immediately after independence for many purposes that include adminsration and commerce. However,the town situated long the Keroka-Kisii highg way, is turning into an undesirable site."We do not enjoy it at all here.".Testified atrader Mrs Grace Nyaboke.photo:Keumbu town.
A visit to the town reveals heaps of rotten sugar canes.Tradesr throng here to persuade passenger to buy other farm products like fresh bananas,vegetables and pinneaples.photo:Traders.
Flies welcome a stranger because they cling on the heap of rubbish and rotten sugarcane, that has stayed here for many years.The traders blame the Kisii county government that taxes people but offers substandard hygiene services.They appealed to the goverment to give quick response to their cries inorder for the town regain 9ts old glor roadside near the town is full of bushes and grsss.photo:Heap of Sugarcane at the roadside
Cows are seen scrambling with scavenging birds for banana and sugar cane peels.Sometimes they scare the passangers and other market stendandst.All these un numberable struggles,are the main undoings of the town, that need urgent attention.
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