Mystery of Kenyan Dam That Just Can't Get Full
A taskforce has been established to probe claims of sabotage at Nairobi's largest water source, the Ndakaini Dam, which remains half full despite the ongoing heavy rains.
Capital FM, 9 May 2018
The government has formed a task force to establish the reasons for low water levels at Ndakaini Dam - the largest source of water for Nairobi - despite persistent heavy rains. Read more »
An image of a half-empty Ndakaini Dam (file photo).
Nairobi News, 9 May 2018
The Ministry of Water and Sanitation has formed a taskforce to look into the management of Ndakaini Water Dam. Read more »
Nation, 9 May 2018
The Water Ministry has set up a team to look into the management of Ndakaini Dam. Read more »
Capital FM, 2 May 2018
They have wondered - sarcastically- whether Ndakaini Dam was so 'scared' of their rants on social media that all of a sudden, the water levels have started to rise? Read more »
Capital FM, 25 April 2018
In the comfort of their homes and offices, Nairobi residents have been raising queries over the unending and inconvenient rationing of water. Read more »
Nairobi residents will continue spending more on water as the utility provider has said that rationing will last longer since the ongoing rains have failed to lift levels at the ... Read more »
The water problems being experienced are reportedly a result of prolonged drought, degradation of catchment, and global warming, which has contributed to erratic weather patterns ... Read more »