Crevices are opening up in Kenya's Rift Valley that not only cut off roads and carve up farms, but have also put people quite literally on edge as the earth opens beneath their feet.

View of Great Rift Valley in Kenya, March 27 2018.
View of Great Rift Valley in Kenya, March 27 2018. (TRTWorld)

The Rift Valley in Kenya runs 6,000 kilometers from Lebanon to Central Mozambique.  Unfortunately crevices are opening up in the valley and weakened spots are appearing because of the earth movements below. 

Cracks have been appearing across the valley. The largest are more than 50 metres deep and 15 metres wide. Geologists say the cracks could be caused by a fault line underneath the Rift Valley.

TRT World's Adesewa Josh has more on the story

Source: TRT World