Political analyst Professor Edward Kisiang'ani has taken issue with the meteorological department for allegedly misleading Kenyans.
In an apparent reference to the ongoing rains which the department never foresaw, he bashed the department for incompetence, claiming that it has lost its reliability.
Kisiang'ani accused the entity for gambling instead of carefully doing its job, days after the Kenya Meteorological Department foresaw a dry season, only for the rains to come in plenty.
He now wants all the officers in the department to resign for giving "shaming and inaccurate" weather prophesies.
"The meteorological division in Kenya is a national shame! Every forecast the Met personnel makes carries with it numerous inaccuracies. Are they using science, superstition or gambling to predict weather? This year, they got everything wrong. They should all resign!" he tweeted on Thursday.
He also wants punitive measures taken against the weatherman for earning taxpayers money but failing to deliver according to its mandate.
"What the Met department has subjected our country to this year is unacceptable. They have let everybody down yet we keep paying staff there salaries to continue peddling inaccuracies to us. Surely there should be a cost when people take a whole country for a ride!" reads a separate tweet.