Farmers in Namibia’s northern regions are worried about the poor rainfall received so far, saying this has delayed crop farming. A rainfall report for December and January availed to Nampa by the Namibia Meteorological Service stated that below-average rainfall was observed over Omusati and other northern regions, with the north-western and central-north parts of the country mostly reported to be under dry conditions by the second week of January 2021. Commenting on the prospects for rain, Chief Meteorological Technician, Odillo Kgobetsi on Thursday said that showers are expected in the central-north and northwest areas from 20 to 24 January.