The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Kerio Families Relocated

Photo: Njenga Gicheha/ The star
Residents of Lari make their way through the floods following heavy rains.

The death toll in the Kerio Valley Mudslide has risen to ten after two other bodies were retrieved.More than 200 families have been affected by the landslides after their houses were swept away and submerged,with 70 of them relocated to higher ground where temporary structures have been set up.

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