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Kenya's forest communities face eviction from ancestral lands

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About 300 families from the Ogiek community who inhabit Mau Forest, 28 families from the Sengwer people in Embobut Forest saw their homes demolished

Kenya's forest communities face eviction from ancestral lands

By Reuters | 1 year ago

Community vows not to leave forest despite order

Community vows not to leave forest despite order

Judge ruled that Embobut Forest is public land and cannot be claimed by Sengwer as theirs

Stephen Rutto and Lynn Kolongei | 1 year ago

Mudslide victims agree to resettle in Embobut forest

Sections of the forest, which is part of the Cherangany water tower that covers 65 hectares will be ceded to resettle the families.

Stephen Rutto | 1 year ago

Is nine-year-old Marakwet boy present-day Samson?

Call them foolish. Brand them a gullible and impressionable lot. Call them a bunch of liars, if you wish. But whatever you say, you are unlikely to sway the belief of residents of Kararia village, Marakwet East Sub County, for even an inch.

Fred Kibor | 6 years ago

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