by Onize Ohikere
Posted 4/26/19, 11:33 am
Another cyclone made landfall in northern Mozambique on Thursday, just six weeks after Cyclone Idai raged through the central part of the country. Cyclone Kenneth struck north of the city of Pemba with sustained winds of 136 miles per hour, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center said. It is expected to bring heavy rains and flooding across northeastern Mozambique. At least three people have died. The storm already hit the Indian Ocean island nation of Comoros, where it killed at least three people and damaged houses and infrastructure. Officials in southern Tanzania remain on alert.