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We wanted to have our way as minority, says pre-seccesionist

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Government had left. The party was a marionette for settlers run by the two major communities - the Luo and the Kikuyu - to safeguard the over 60,000 white settlers who grabbed all potential areas in Kenya," he says.

We wanted to have our way as minority, says pre-seccesionist

By | 10 years ago

North Eastern province still struggling forty two years after end of war

North Eastern province still struggling forty two years after end of war

In the early 1960s, the Northern Frontier Districts comprising the now Wajir, Garissa, Mandera, Marsabit, Isiolo and Moyale Counties wanted to secede and join the greater Somalia.

| 10 years ago

Secrets of Kenya's first civil war

Sitting under a neem tree in a town in Garissa suburbs, Dekow Maalim Stanbul recounts the epic struggle to have North Eastern Province secede.

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