As the drought continues to bite, calls to combat the ravaging conditions get louder. In Baringo and West Pokot counties, the situation has worsened with tens of livestock dead, due to the water shortage that has become a source of conflict and cause of water borne diseases in the area. Meanwhile, Water and Irrigation Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa has implored Kenyans to conserve the vital element until the rains return in April.
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