Murang’a County will experience extreme cold weather for about three months, the County Meteorological Director (CMD), Paul Murage has said.
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The ongoing rains in many parts of Murang’a County are posing challenge in harvesting of various food crops.
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Scores of families living in landslide prone areas have been relocated to safer areas as heavy rains continue to pound Murang’a County.
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in Murang’a County are counting losses after their tea farms were destroyed by landslide occasioned by heavy downpour.
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A farmer in Mathioya Sub County of Murang’a is counting losses after hundreds of his tea bushes were swept away in a landslide on Wednesday night.
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