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No water again on the north coast and in Watamu

Electricity bill of Baricho has been cut even this month

15-03-2017 di redazione

It's a ritual that has now been repeated for too long, but they are not served even electoral skirmishes with blows of guilt to stop it.
Like almost every month (only one stop, fortunately, during the holiday season) no water in Kilifi County.
The story is well known: the parastatal entity that supplies water to the coast does not pay electricity bills, or rather does not pay past debts that were prorated and Power & Lightning cuts the current to the water supply of Baricho, including filters for treatment by the Galana River.
As often happens, the first places to suffer from the lack of water that usually lasts for four days, Watamu.
Hoteliers and the restaurateurs of the city have become sadly accustomed to and seek to work in advance to avoid losing their standards of good services and reputation that they have earned as a new reality of the Kenyan tourism.
But it is always an endless fight against those who do not seem to care about the fate of this country.
Tourism obviously is our façade, but we think above all the people that in this period of severe drought adds to the damage of a natural disaster, a cruel mockery of ping-pong that makes things worse.
It needs someone to put an end to the situation. Perhaps in pre-election regime a final resolution could also move some votes ...

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