Yes, the site should be turned into quarry to help people around it. The first time I visited the place in 2015,I realized my expectations had been too high for nothing.
During my visit, very few, most of students from higher learning institutions in Kakamega county, came to the place. It is true that there are people manning it as a tourist site, but honestly there was a very little difference between the crying stone and any other stone.
The stone stopped crying and therefore there is nothing to impress tourists anymore. The sh.100 I found old women collecting from visitors is not enough to sustain them. The County government of Kakamega should do more with speed and convert the place into something that can change the economic situation of the residents.
There is little happening at the place, hence no need for the county government to continue investing In it. Turning the site into a quarry will create employment for many people.
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