Every kingdom needs to be organized. How are territories mapped in the #KanjoKingdom?
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By Africa Uncensored — 1 year ago
In the Rift Valley region of Kenya, Simon Sencho looks at the mountains that surround the village which used to be his home. He’s one of a thousand Maasai people who had to move, to give way to the Olkaria geothermal plant.
Meanwhile, 380 kilometres north, in Marsabit County, a separate group of about 1,200 indigenous people have been resettled to a different part of the Lake Turkana region to make way for a wind farm.Post Views: 584
By Africa Uncensored — 2 years ago
It is less than five months before Kenyans go to the polls. With the electoral management system yet to be put in place, some registered voters feel that the country is not adequately prepared to hold free, fair and credible polls. One such voter is Peris Wairimu, a media student who will be casting her ballot for the first time. She states in her #MyVoterStory that she will vote only if the electoral system will be infallible. She also vows not to be manipulated by politicians.Post Views: 325
By Africa Uncensored — 8 months ago
In the third episode of End of the River, Africa Uncensored’s John-Allan Namu explores the expansive Laikipia county looking for answers to the perennial conflict pitting owners of large ranches and conservancies, the government of Kenya and the pastoralist communities neighbouring them who keep on invading the ranches and conservancies in search of water and pasture. In 2017, the conflict came to a head with the murder of one of the shareholders of the larger ranches, Tristan Voorspuy and the injuring of another, renowned rancher-turned-conservationist, Kuki Gallman.Post Views: 1,232