Somalia.

I don’t know if you heard but Somalia wants to sue us because of the border disputes. Helping these people was the same as feeding a weak dog that only needed the strength to bite you. Wanafaa wavurugwe kama hizo nchi zingine. Other countries know these people ni sumbua. So after hosting these fools in Dadaab and feeding them venye wamepata nguvu wameona tu vizuri watupeleke kotini??
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In short unasema 'asante ya punda(Ngamia in this case) ni mateke!

Tupatane kotini,

What these people don’t or neglect to understand, is that, a border stands as it is when a country gains independence. It cant be altered by a court of law. Otherwise the conflicts that would ensue are unimaginable. They dont have to look far, all they have to look at is the Bakassi peninsula conflict between Cameroon and Nigeria. It all ended with the ICJ looking at colonial documents to settle the dispute and rule that it indeed lies in Cameroon.
If they insist, we might end up getting a bigger chunk of land than they anticipated.

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But again, came across this bad boy and I can now say, ziwa ni lao.

Somali jews will humiliate you in your own country. Wherever the Camel goes, there, is somalia. Ask Charity Ngilu. Her people have been driven from their ancestral lands by somali jews. Kenya mnajidai sana but we all know the truth. You are puppets of foreign powers. Somali jews run your economy,

Ngilu was busy fighting Kikuyus akasahau kusitiri matako.

In fact even the Northern Frontier District should be handed over to Somalia. Then we shall know that all walalos are Somalis, and there’s no dubious ‘Kenyan Somali.’ Why do Africans take pride in borders that were drawn up by a 24-year old in Berlin? Outside of North America and the Middle East, Africa is the only place with straight line boundaries.
A huge influx of Kenyan Somalis into the UK, who were later discovered to have originally been Somali Somalis made it even harder for Kenyans to go to the UK.

There’s a song about this.
Sorry fi maga dog, him turn round and bite you

Hahaha

it is the muslim way of doing things as ordered by their caveman. he instructed them to be humble and low then when they get the numbers they attack and subdue. just following their seargents directions … too bad people are seeing this thing from a geopolitical standpoint and forgetting that their first loyalty is to the kuran. and that is where their mindset is built from.

From 1972 Kenya’s legislation expressly recognised an equidistance boundary in the territorial sea and the Kenyan legislature expressly reaffirmed the existence of an “equidistant” boundary in 1989.

AREA OF THE TERRITORIAL WATERS

The area of the territorial waters of the Republic of Kenya extends on the coastline adjacent to the High Seas to a point twelve international nautical miles seawards from the straight baselines, low water lines or low tideelevations, hereinafter described as follows:

Commencing on the straight line joining Diua Damasciaca Island and Kiungamwina Island at the point at which this line is intersected perpendicularly by the Median straight line drawn from Boundary Pillar 29 (being theterminal pillar of the Kenya-Somalia boundary)

thence continuing south westerly by a straight base line to Kiungamwina Island.

thence south westerly by a straight base line for about 25 km. to Little Head.

thence south westerly by a straight base line for about 11 km. to Boteler Island.

thence westerly by a straight base line for about 45 km. to Ras Takwa.

thence south westerly by a straight base line for about 18 km. to Kinyika Island.

thence south westerly by a straight base line for about 9 km. to Tenewi Ya Juu Island.

thence south westerly by a straight base line for about 26 km. to Ziwaiu Island;

thence south westerly by a straight base line across Ungwana Bay for about 56 km. to the northernmost point of Ras Ngomeni.

thence continuing generally along the low water line to Ras Wasini.

thence southerly across the Wasini Channel to Ras Kisinga Mkoni.

thence by the low water line to Mpunguti Ya Chini Island.

thence westerly by a straight base line for about 18 km. to the terminal of the Kenya/Tanzania land boundaryat Ras Jimbo.

Map of maritime boundary Kenya-Tanzania 1976
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Kenya’s Maritime Zones Act of 1989