Damage assessment in Kadavu caused by Tropical Cyclone Keni will be done once the National Disaster Management Office reaches the Island later this week.
This has been confirmed by the NDMO Director Anare Leweniqila.
Fijivillage has received confirmation that Kadavu suffered a direct hit of the Cyclone with homes destroyed, trees uprooted and plantations destroyed on the island's south side.
Ono Island villager, Paula Ragede says they were spared by the damaging winds that hit Kadavu as they were on the South side of the island.
Radege says trees were uprooted in their village but no houses were damaged.
Other parts of Kadavu which experienced damaging winds include Tavuki, Kavala, Vunisea, Lavidi, Yaukuve and Dagai.ADVERTISEMENT Listen to the latest news on our 5 radio stations Legend FM, Viti FM, Radio Sargam, FM96 and Navtarang.