The Kenya Meteorological Department is a state corporation granted powers to over see over climatic changes in the country. This depart is of great import to us because through it, we can see how we can organize ourselves more so on the Agricultural sector.Well, looking at the current situation in the country, most of the regions are experiencing prolonged droughts that start close to three months ago. Some of these places are Mombasa, Kwale, Lamu, Wajir, Turkana, Mandera, Garissa and west pokot. The Kenya Meteorological Department has been alarming us, to take an early precaution in order to come out of these conditions successful.
Following reports from the Kenya Meteorological Department, some regions are set to receive rain in the coming six days. These regions are; highlands east and west of the rift valley, lake Victoria basin, south and central rift valley. Residents from these regions are advised to use these rainfall well in order to improve their living standards.
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