"....It is surprising that, BBI, a framework to deal with the underlying issues affecting the Kenyan society and resulting tensions and divisions can ignore the land question. Knowing the place that land occupies in the country and how it is a trigger for several other conflicts in the country, any genuine efforts to address the country’s problems cannot ignore the land question. If that happens, it can only mean that there is no commitment to finding long-lasting solutions to what ails Kenya." Dr. Collins, Odote
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