Kenya, Somalia should seek amicable resolution to dispute

Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed

President Uhuru Kenyatta with Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed at State House, Nairobi on March 23, 2017. 

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Border row • The maritime border dispute between Kenya and Somalia should not be taken lightly, says Jerry Kenyansa. “The ICJ ruling won’t end the conflict. The two countries should seek negotiations, mediation or arbitration to reach an amicable resolution. The oil and minerals should be equally shared. War and bloodshed will not solve the dispute.” His contact is [email protected].


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