By Bell Pere
Narok slaughterhouse is in a deplorable state despite it being a source of livelihood to a number of households.
Speaking during an impromptu mask distribution exercise at the slaughterhouse, Tempes Ole Ntimama urged the relevant authorities to act accordingly and address the many issues that they face.
He said the slaughterhouse feeds over 700 households within the county.
Mr Tempes also advised residents to join Saccos that would greatly assist them come up with a savings plan.
The slaughterhouse chairperson Mr. Samuel Nairuko said that for a long time they have had to put up with a poor state of road which becomes impassable during rainy seasons.
The chair also said that they are yet to receive a proper water connection despite the country facing the Covid-19 crisis.
He said they have to operation when night falls because they have no electricity connection. Due to the poor hygiene there is a risk of a disease outbreak, he said