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Urgent call for intervention in oil-rich area

Since oil was discovered in Turkana in 2012, new conflicts have developed. Conflicts have initially existed between the Turkana and Pokot communities, over border regions. But with the discovery of oil, residents have developed unrealistically high expectations that...

Lamu residents chocking on land struggles

According to previous reports, land conflicts in Lamu stem way back to the 1900s when land was listed as government land (now public land). The county population stands at 112,252 persons composed of 58,641 males and 53,611 females as projected in 2012. This includes...