Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles from the air. The scale of devastation can be seen from a cyclone that hit parts of Somalia this week and killed eight people. Cyclone Gatti is the strongest storm to hit the Horn of Africa nation since satellite records began bringing high winds and two years of rain in two days to northeastern Somalia's Puntland region on Sunday. Thousands were displaced as floods caused destruction toe lively hoods, livestock crops and fishing gear. This local residents says there's not been such a disaster in the last 50 years. Three United Nations said 180,000 people have had their lives disrupted, with more than a dozen towns and villages inundated by floodwaters. The U. N Food and Agriculture Organization said earlier this week that the cyclone could allow immature desert locust swarms in part of neighboring Ethiopia to mature faster. Lay eggs on moves southeast towards eastern Somalia.