Death toll from Kenya’s floods climbs to 136 as waters submerge entire towns

The death toll from flood-related incidences has risen to 136 in Kenay as ensuing waters have wiped towns off the map, Africa News reported.

According to the National El Nino Emergency and Disaster Response Command Centre, the number of households displaced stood Friday at 92,432, which comprises 462,160 people.

Flash flooding in the nation’s north eastern region continues to block major roads, flood towns and villages.

Floods have affected livestock and agriculture, with acreage of farmlands submerged and an outbreak of pneumonic cattle diseases raging.

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