Bombolulu residents trade on the poor drainage systems. PHOTO|NMG
Bombolulu residents trade on the poor drainage systems. PHOTO|NMG

Nyali constituency feeder roads and business parks are logo zones during this rainy season. 

Bombolulu estate is one of the estates in Nyali constituency where drainage flows to people houses. Residents of this area called upon the mp Mohamed Ali and the county government to rectify and unblock the drainage systems.

Mombasa's Bombolulu estate, a highly populated is facing a possible cholera outbreak as sewage water flows into homes.

Vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, hotels and street food traders all expose their goods to a swamp of stinking sewage water at the marketplace.

We are suffering a lot even as traders. Like right now it is raining. During the last season, we had an outbreak of cholera. But our leaders only promise to repair this place when campaigning. No one has since bothered to come to clear the water here,” said Mr. Eric Matumu a vendor at the area.

Despite the filth and being aware of the health hazard, traders still sell foodstuffs to the residents amidst the flowing sewage.

Another area is Kwa bulo, sports, and Kwa rasta where the resident call up the county government assistance on the sewer lines. The residents are in fear of Cholera outbreak if the menace is not solved.

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