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Not Yet Kenyan | Al Jazeera Correspondent

Film by Mohammed Adow (Courtesy Al Jazeera)

Kenya’s ethnic Somalis have faced massacres and systematic intimidation, but can they now survive al-Shabab?

Kenya’s North Eastern Province, the country’s third-largest region, borders Somalia and is exclusively inhabited by ethnic Somalis.

Following Kenya’s independence 50 years ago, it emerged as a distinctive administrative entity.

Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Adow is from this part of Kenya and has lived through the massacres and systematic intimidation by the Kenyan authorities.

For Not Yet Kenyan he goes back to see how the region and his people have come through the pogroms and started to prosper only to find that al-Shabab has established a stronghold in the region and is now throwing it into a new chapter of turmoil. ·       

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