The Port Department of Kenya warned the coastal inhabitants about a Tsunami that is likely to occur from Sunday 25 to Tuesday 27 this month. "picture used for illustration purpose only" Sea experts confirmed that the natural calamity would be due to low ocean pressure and inclination to the moon. The Tsunami might cover large areas of Mombasa, Malindi and the neighboring Tanzanian regions. Ferries and boats are warned to anchor at their own risky. "Picture used for illustration purpose only" Cargo ships will be directed to the new Port at Northern Coast to avoid any Chaos resulting from the expected tsunami. "It can cause serious damages and loses. Residents must take safety precautions as the calamity could cause floods, heavy winds and downpours for the next three days," said James a sea analyst from the region. Beaches and recreational facilities on the shore will temporarily close until its declared safe to open. Tourism activities have been suspended to mitigate the risks that might arise from the calamity. The public should stay calm and cautious while the Government of Mombasa prepares to support residents in case of emergency.
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