We are in the rainy season and many parts of the world are experiencing high rainfall. This rainfall is usually accompanied by storm and lightening. Sometimes this bad weather results to damage of properties and sometimes even deaths.
A very dangerous storm has already been experienced at Mtwara in southern Tanzania. It's now moving towards the Kenyan coast. The Storm has been nicknamed as JOBO. It has created a lot of fear since it might create destruction of properties and even deaths.
Currently many parts of Kenya are experiencing high rainfall. Being a rainfall season, farmers are busy working in their shambas to make sure they harvest something at the end of the season. A good number of people usually rely on farming for their living.
As people engage on farming activities during this season, there is fear of such a storm if at all that may be true. Today many countries are going through hard economic times due to the pandemic. It will be a bigger challenge to deal with other destructions due to the storm.
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