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Ipsos: Kenyans want refugees out, KDF withdrawn from Somalia

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A new report has revealed total backing of the government by Kenyans in its decision to send home all refugees. According to the new Ipsos report, some 69 per cent of Kenyans led by Central and Rift Valley residents (at 82 and 79 per cent respectively) support the government's decision to repatriate the over 600,000 refugees.

 Ipsos: Kenyans want refugees out, KDF withdrawn from Somalia

By Graham Kajilwa | 5 years ago

 Student crosses border for a third time in pursuit of education

Student crosses border for a third time in pursuit of education

“First of all, the fee is too high. Here we pay nothing. But in Somalia, it ranges from Sh4,000 to Sh15,000 per term. My father was unable to afford this,” Rahma said.

Daniel Wesangula | 5 years ago

Aid cash barons sad over refugee camps’ closure

A meeting held last week in Nairobi between Kenya and Somalia foreign ministers as well as representatives of the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) seems to have given a new lifeline to the Dadaab refugee camp.

Peninah Muriithi | 5 years ago

Refugees Should be treated fairly

Established in 2000 by the United Nations General Assembly, the World Refugee Day is a day on which the world stands in unity with millions of people who have been subjected to political violence that drove them out of their countries in search of peace.

The Standard | 5 years ago

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