For ninety thousand Kenyans, Lake Turkana is a source of power and identity. Projects upstream, however, threaten to dry out the lake, and are turning the region into a dust bowl.
, my place of birth is also in the same boat. I don't understand the lack of motivation to implement solutions that have been know for a while. I understand the problem is financial, but I believe, budgets and understanding priority are overdue, and people need to stop responding as large sized children. The time for glutinous behaviour is at an end. The abundant resources are not so abundant anymore. I'm actually insulted to be selling a human solution to help others.
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