Kenya and Ethiopia Seek End To Tribal Water Conflict

Tensions High Over Water And Pastures

25 May 2021 by Local Press Report

Security agencies from Kenya and Ethiopia held a meeting in May in Banissa Mandera, Kenya, to calm warring clans from the two Countries. The meeting was also meant to discuss and come up with long-term solutions to ease the security crisis in the area. Tension remains high in the area as rival communities compete for pasture or water. All leaders who attended the meeting agreed to organize regular and structured meetings to promote cohesion and inter-community peace across the common border.


Source: KBC News