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CS Matiang'i...Kenya's Magufului?
#161 Posted : Saturday, October 17, 2020 9:36:50 AM
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Gathige wrote:
[quote=aemathenge]Dr. Matiang'i, we have a situation.

The Water Resources Authority (WRA) has issued a flood alert notice to people leaving around Turkwel Dam in North Rift.

WRA warned that the spillage might displace 300,000 people in its downstream along River Turkwel.

The authority Chief Executive Officer Mohammed Moulid Shurie said the spillage might sweep through more than five areas.

The areas in danger include Katilu, Lodwar, Kalemnyang, Loyapat, Nakwamoru, and other settlements along the shores of Lake Turkana.

"Water abstraction Points such as River Turkwel Irrigation Scheme and bridges along the river might be damaged," Shurie said.

Shurie urged residents living in areas likely to be affected by the floods to move to higher grounds and adhere to alert issued through various mediums.

He said the spillage is likely to occur between now and October 20th, noting that water at the dam has reached the highest level ever.

"The current water level as of today is at 8.48meters higher than the highest ever reached level leaving only 2.28meters before spilling," he said.

He attributed the high water levels to the rains that have been occurring in the area since October 2019 with most of the catchments receiving more than normal rainfall.

The dam's capacity is 1.6 billion metric tons, sits on 6,500 hectares with a hydraulic head of 150M.

Source: The Star Newspaper 16 October 2020 - 23:21

Link: https://www.the-star.co....ime-from-now-authority/[/quote]

BBI will address this.

This is a disaster about to happen, anytime between now and 20th October 2020.

Can it wait for BBI or do we wait until it occurs and we can watch Sirkal "respond" with haste to the resulting disaster repercussions?
#162 Posted : Sunday, October 18, 2020 11:45:26 PM
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