The Kenya Meteorological Department has warned for strong southerly winds expected over the eastern half of the country, which will blow away the roofs and uproot trees. https://twitter.com/MeteoKenya/status/1419539607771877377?s=20
By Andrew Kaggwa, NECJOGHA The meteorological organizations of Kenya and Uganda have warned of strong  winds which may be destructive especially in the Lake Victoria islands and surrounding areas.
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