The River Rwizi smacked its bank hard, months ago. Its history, the habitants swam or paddled across it. Now they casually walk across to get to the other side. Blame it on the climate. People here did not witness rain for the last two decades, resulting in drying up of vital valley dams. The densely populated Mbarara area thrives on it, to sustain its large pastoral farming. Following the river’s drying up, water levels in the crater lakes of the Bunyaruguru area is dropping alarmingly. And whom to blame for turning the climate ruthless? The habitants or…?
Via: New Vision