Kenya under it's current president Uhuru Kenyatta has been in a dispute with Somalia which is lead by president Farmajo over a 100 000 kilometer square area in the Indian ocean that the two countries claim to own, the two have been showing up their muscles by setting up sanctions against each other several times.
Farmajo has been trying hard in making sure that Somalia will win the case which is currently in the ICJ waiting to be ruled, this case is very important to him for it has made him remain in office as the president of Somalia even after ending his constitutional term in 4th February this year.
On the other hand Uhuru Kenyatta has not shown any sign of letting of the dispute area to Somalia for he even ordered the closer of the Dadaab camp which has more than 1 million Somalian refugees through the Cabinet Secretary of internal security Fred Matiang late this year, we should wait and see what will happen next.
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