BBI report: How Kenya’s land ownership, disputes will be addressed

A mansion stands out in middle of the Mau Forest in Kuresoi.

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Besides negative ethnicity, no issue is as divisive and as emotive in Kenya as land. For decades since independence, disputes on land ownership and use have triggered tribal clashes, with extensive destruction of property and, more often, loss of lives.


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