Fierce whirlwind disrupts church event in Kenya

Fierce whirlwind disrupts church event in Kenya destroying chairs and equipment in its path and leaving some worshippers to claim it is a ‘mini tornado sent by the witches’

  • A whirlwind was seen erupting in front of church-goers in Ukambani, Kenya
  • The whirwind is seen tearing through plastic chairs and electronic equipment
  • Some of the worshippers have claimed the whirlwind is an act of ‘witchcraft’

A ferocious whirlwind was seen destroying objects in its path after erupting at a church event in Kenya and leaving worshippers in shock.

The vortex of wind was seen tearing through plastic chairs and electronic equipment along its path leaving church-goers in the town of Ukambani running for cover.

During the footage, the whirlwind which forms almost instantly, engulfs the plastic chairs laid outside, tossing them in all directions while spiralling sand and dust into the air.

A ferocious whirlwind was recorded tearing through plastic chairs and electronic equipment at a church event in Ukambani, Kenya, and leaving worshippers in shock

The vortex of wind was seen tearing through objects in its path leaving church-goers in the town of Ukambani running for cover

During the footage, the whirlwind tosses the plastic chairs laid outside in all directions while spiralling sand and dust into the air

As the whirlwind continues to spiral around with incredible force, people are seen running into nearby buildings away from the fierce wind.

One of the worshippers said: ‘While worshippers were gearing up for a church ritual, a spiralling wind swept through the venue blowing away chairs.’


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However other worshippers were seen running helter-skelter around the natural phenomenon and one man wearing a white shirt was seen stood only a few metres away.

A whirlwind is a natural phenomenon that involves a small column of rapidly swirling air. 

One of the worshippers said: ‘While worshippers were gearing up for a church ritual, a spiralling wind swept through the venue blowing away chairs’

As some worshippers were seen running helter-skelter around the natural phenomenon one man wearing a white shirt was seen stood only a few metres away

According to local reports some worshippers who stood witness to the natural phenomenon are now linking it to ‘witchcraft’ and claim it is a ‘mini tornado sent by the witches’

It is formed by instabilities and turbulence created by heating and flow gradients.

According to local reports some worshippers who stood witness to the natural phenomenon are now linking it to ‘witchcraft’.

Claiming it to be a ‘mini tornado sent by the witches’ some worshippers have posted the video on social media as an act of a supernatural spirit.  

 

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