Sunday, 12 October 2008


The drainage system at Lusaka Kulima Tower bus station remains poor with the onset of the rainy season. Lusaka residents and motorists have to wade through pools of water within the station.
Here, a woman negotiates her way within the bus station after the first rains that hit some parts of Lusaka on Firday afternoon.
For many critics, this is a good signal that the floods are going to devastate the city of Lusaka, just like to previous season when some families wre forced to leave their houses because the structures were submerged in water.

1 comment:

Peggy said...

This is a bad Environmental Health sign for the nation. If we can have drains blocking at the earliest onset of rain, what will become of the city when heavy drains begin?I think it is now that the city council should put measures in place to avoid preventable public health disasters.I believe that PREVENTION IS ALWAYS BETTER THAN CURE.