The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Most Parts of City to Experience Water Shortage

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Taps to remain dry in Nairobi.

Most parts of Westlands, Upper hills, Lang'ata, Parklands and Kikuyu will experience water shortage in the next 20 days.

According to Nairobi water and Sewerage Company the supply interruptions will also affect Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi Hospital and areas around Gigiri. Communications officer Mbaruku Vyakweli says this is as a result of a repair works at the Sasimua Dam.

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