By TOM MATOKE
The National Government has been asked to resettle more than 3,000 families residing in landslide-prone areas on the Nandi Escarpment.
The families have asked to be relocated to avoid disaster, after seeing boulders tumbling downhill during heavy rains.
“Thousands of families in the Tindiret area live in fear because the area is prone to landslides and they have nowhere to go to.
"The government should allocate them alternative land for settlement,” said Mr John Tanui, a spokesperson for the families.