One of the closed hotels at Kibunga market in Tharaka-Nithi County. Hotel owners in Tharaka North and South sub-counties are counting loses after the county government banned food selling following a cholera outbreak. PHOTO | ALEX NJERU | NATION
Two people have so far died and more than 200 treated after developing cholera symptoms.
Mr Kathoga Muriuki, who owns an eatery at Kibunga market has nothing else to do but wait for the county government to call off the ban.
The county is struggling to contain the outbreak even as nurses started a strike on Monday over unpaid allowances.