Kenya mudslides: Tens of thousands displaced in floods

Kenyan government has mobilised workers to rebuild sections of the road and bridges washed away by the floods.


    In Kenya severe flooding has displaced nearly 120,000 people after landslides engulfed homes.

    Relief teams have been slow to reach the area of West Pokot with some roads and bridges cut off by heavy rain.

    Authorities are scrambling to prepare for more heavy rain forecast, and are pleading for people to move to safer areas.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from West Pokot.


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