East African Communities Rising Against Land Acquisition – By Peter Kahare | African Arguments | African News | Scoop.it

The Endoris, a minority community of about 60, 000 people lives a precarious life in the North Rift Valley Kenya. In 1974 the government forcefully evicted the community from its ancestral land to pave way for a game reserve. The community lost its lifestyle and livelihoods forcing them to become squatters who now sit on a semi-arid land kilometres away from their original home.