Former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has built a reputation for always looking out for Kenyans during difficult times. This trend has made him a darling in the eyes of many Kenyans. Whether it's during a tragedy or before one, Sonko has always been there to offer assistance whenever required.
Earlier today, The former Nairobi Governor has Taken to the Internet to warn the public against visiting the Coastal beaches on Sunday and Monday.
In his Facebook post, Sonko has shared several links of information about what is set to happen today and tomorrow on the east Africa Coastal line.
According to the reports, the area is set to receive heavy rains coupled with strong winds leading to the possibility of A Cyclone. The Cyclone has been named the Jobu Cyclone and is set to affect the entire Coastal line with the Tanzanian government warning its citizens against doing business along the Coastal line.
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