There will be no El Nino rains like the one that occurred in 1997.
Following an expert review from the Kenya Meteorological Department, President William Ruto stated that the country will not suffer El Nino rains.
During a church service in Riruta yesterday, the Head of State announced that meteorologists had revised their prior forecast, which had predicted the likelihood of El Nino rains.
“We’ve heard that the country will be hit by El Nino rains, which have the potential to devastate property.” “However, God has been faithful,” Ruto said.
“We’ve now heard from meteorologists that this will no longer be the case.” We’ll just get big showers. “Thank you, God.”
The Kenya Meteorological Department had previously predicted that Kenya would experience El Nino between October and December.
El Nino effects were expected to last until January 2024 in several areas, including Western Kenya and sections of the Rift Valley, according to the Department.
The Head of State ascribed the shift to his administration’s faith in God and prayers held at Nyayo Stadium.
“Some criticized us when we prayed for rain at Nyayo stadium.” They claim that the entire president is praying for rain. “As you can see, we have had more rains in four years, which is God’s doing,” he remarked.
He now intends to use the rains to enhance agricultural productivity, which he believes would cut his cost of living.