A picture is worth a thousand words.
Faced with violent crackdown and deportations, the somali community both in Kenya and the diaspora has turned to technology to tell a painful story of forced evictions laced with accusations of take over of their businesses by a well known opportunistic community in Kenya.
A top Somali leader who spoke to this writer revealed that unkown to the public, the war on terror is a phantom war being fought without evidence or leads of which probable places terrorists may be hiding in Kenya.
According to this leader, most somali businesses are being looted by the police or taken over by a ‘local community’ in Nairobi.
The campaign dubbed “Kenya I’m not a Terrorist”, is a digital answer to the mainstream media in Kenya’s support of the war on terror.
Here are the photos:
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