Namibia is struggling to contain the second outbreak of the African migratory red locust, which has destroyed hectares of grazing land in the north-east of the country. The United Nation’s agency on Food and Agriculture Organization has now warned of a possible outbreak of desert locust attack in parts of East Africa in December this year. It is said that the Desert locusts is coming to East Africa driven by the recently witnessed abundant rains. In light of this Future Media News contacted the Zambezi Governor Lawrence Sampofu, who said things are looking better for Namibia currently.