The government spokesman, Hon. Cyrus Oguna today has drawn the attention of many Kenyans after announcing that tougher economic times ahead are awaiting and he called for many Kenyans to be ready for hunger, if the rain pattern won't be favorable.
He categorically gave out the rain pattern that is expected in the country. He said that rain this season may be depressed. He said that areas that may receive average rainfall pattern include; Nyanza, Western Kenya, Parts of the Rift Valley, Central and parts of the East. Below average or no rainfall areas: Marsabit, Mandera, Isiolo, Tana River & Wajir.
He further mentioned that the government advices every citizen to atleast plant many trees as possible so as to curb the rampant seasonal changes experienced often.
Many netizens responded with varying reactions.
What is your reaction on this statement, share your views if are from the above affected areas and as well give out possible suggestions concerning this situation.
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