Meteorological experts in the Horn of Africa region reported that deadly Cyclone Gati which made landfall Sunday in Somalia is finally dissipating. The United Nations reported on Wednesday that, “according to estimates compiled by Puntland authorities, the cyclone has affected about 180,000 people including fishermen, pastoralists, farmers, traders, and other vulnerable groups, such as refugees and internally displaced persons,” while agencies offering humanitarian aid are also facing a challenge as the cyclone disrupted transport infrastructure leading to impassable roads coupled with the frequent deluge and flash floods. So far it has been reported that at least 8 people were killed by the strongest storm to hit Somalia since satellite records began five decades ago.