DROUGHT HITS KOSIPE & DESTROYS FOOD GARDENS – EL NINO ALERT


This is a SOS call going out to all responsible government agencies to organize and get in-dept investigation to this story and inspect to assess the extent of the damage.

Kosipe
Food crops and gardens in Kosipe and surrounding areas in Goilala District has been destroyed by a very sever drought.

Reports from Woitape confirmed massive amounts of frost falls down over night and when the sun rises the rises the next day, it literally freezes whatever they fall on.

Trees, plans and grass and weeds are drying out as if someone sprayed a concentrated container of weedicide. Food crops and gardens are destroyed mercilessly while rivers and creeks are drying out.

This is very smilliar to the 2007 El Nino drought which resulted in the whole valley of Kosipe getting burnt out by bush fires. But the difference between 2007 and now is, in 2007 drought, only the food gardens were destroyed while trees and grass and rivers with creeks unaffected.

Locals are going hungry and starvation to death is the next disaster looming in the horizon.

This 2015 drought has gone up another level and is more severe and very damaging. It has left anything in its path dry and roasted.

Our sources on the ground are organizing to get photos of the extent of the drought damage and will be sending it through. Once these pictures reach us, we will upload here for all to see.

This is a SOS call going out to all responsible government agencies to organize and get in-dept investigation to this story and inspect to assess the extent of the damage.

The most affect people are from Kosipe and reports have stated the locals from Kosipe have started migrating to their families in Sopu Chirime, Tanipai, and Woitape in anticipating of some help.

Source:
Locals from Kosipe and Yeme who have walked into Woitape called on a visat powered Telikom phone and relayed this message to us.

Anyone wishing to get more stories on this can call 2763060 to talk to anyone.

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