By Odiwuor Opiyo
For the locals, there is a joke that distinguishes Tana River from River Tana. They explain Tana River as the County and River Tana as the River. To any listener this may pass as banter, but a more curious approach, reveals that the emphasis is not as vain as it seems. The locals place a lot of importance on the River Tana: it is a source of livelihood.
Perennial droughts and floods, harsh weather conditions, radicalization by religion have led to the listing of Garissa as a hardship area… Click here to get your copy