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Encroachment on Lake Naivasha's Riparian Land
The Lake Naivasha Water Resources User Association (LANARUA) has raised the alarm over the encroachment on riparian land around the lake.

LANARUA has noted that many of those who have encroached on the land have title deeds making it hard to evict them.

This, according to the association technical officer David Kihagi, could adversely affect efforts to help restore the troubled water body.
Kihagi noted with concern that vegetation around the riparian land was being cleared on a daily basis.

“As a result, all waste and siltation is being washed into the lake thus affecting its ecosystem and there is urgent need to address this,” he said.


 
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