President Uhuru Kenyatta recently declared that drought is a national disaster that has paralyzed various activities in the country while farmers still count theirs losses of animals. However, the meteorologist department has revealed some good news that the rain will start soon in various parts of Kenya which include; Bomet, Narok, Kericho, Kakamega, Kisumu, Homa Bay, Bungoma and Vihiga. Farmers are expected to receive heavy rains in these counties and they should be ready to plant their crops before the rain disappeared again.
Furthermore, some parts of the country will be affected by floods and all the residents of Nyando and Nzioia should be very alert to avoid cases of accidents due to floods. Residents in this area should move to a better zone and they should build their houses near river banks. Various parts of Kenya has been hit with drought and they will celebrate as soon as the rain starts.
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