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Court unshackles Butere Girls’ play
Updated Thursday, April 18th 2013 at 00:00 GMT +3
But this treasure in top secret only known to a neighbouring community who brings in a top delegation as they offer a beautiful bride – Wamaitha to be married off to Lopush, who is a Kana, in exchange of land where they settle. The deal is done.
Wamaitha’s community comes in not only to settle but also to construct the Mafuta Oil Refinery Company. The Kana, whose livelihood has been defined by nomadism and sporadic fishing, are hopeful the new investment would create jobs for the community.
“This oil company will generate jobs and heal the wound of oppression,” declares Lopush, who has become a darling of both communities.
The manager of the drilling firm holding aloft a shield emblazoned with National Cohesion and Integration emblem proclaims, “People let this shield be a symbol of commitment to facilitate and promote equality of opportunities, good relations and a peaceful co-existence. Let us create a new bond of national cohesion.”