No un-kidnapped school children will be singing their usual naughty nursery rhymes "rain rain go away we don't want to play another day" In a year that has seen the country ravaged by prolonged drought, biting famine and lack of electric power, the beginning of El nino is a welcome relief to millions of thirst stricken kenyans who due to the lack of water in the country have had to endure with all types of woes including an irrational power rationing schedule that has seen many homes and small businesses across in the country plunged into a 3-4 day a week blackout from 6am-6pm
It would come as a great surprise if the Govt. which has failed to stop drought and famine in the 21st century has learnt any lesson from the heavy negative impact these 3 supposed "acts of God" have had on the growth and economy of the country. They are of course hoping that the on-set of the "Christ Child" will restore rainfall levels to normal, and will boost agriculture as well as power generation in the country by increasing the low levels of water in the hydroelectric power generating dams
Anyway, lets forget about "acts of man" such as forward planning, investment and straight thinking for a while; for now it's "karibu el-nino"