More Sabah villages going dry


Help is here: Civil Defence Department team delivering clean water to the villagers in Penampang district yesterday.

KOTA KINABALU: The dry spell is causing more villages in Sabah to run out of water, with the number increasing by more than 100 in just two days.

State Natural Disaster Manage-ment Committee head of secretariat Kol Mulliadi Al Hamdi Ladin said the number of villages requiring water to be sent was 316 as at 8am yesterday, compared with 212 on Sunday.

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