Somalia lost a case to take the whole of the Kenyan sea and make Kenya a landlocked country. However, according to Farmaajo, they will be pushing their case to ensure they do not only take the maritime border in dispute but as well the entire Kenyan sea.
Somalia is not relenting for they are pushing hard to ensure they are the beneficiaries of the entire sea. They are clear according to their president, Kenya is a landlocked country just like Uganda for the sea belongs to them.
However it's clear Uhuru Kenyatta has also vowed to defend the territorial integrity of the country. However the matter is taking a new twist with everybody fighting hard to have their own space as we move forward with Kenya being seen as the weak link in the fight for the Saul of the Kenyan sea which is claimed by Somalia.
Somalia already seems to have the support of the international community especially the Muslim nations to dislodge Kenya from the sea. Whether they will manage to make Kenya a landlocked country moving forward only time will tell.
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