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Pwani Si Kenya

Despite years of development promises from Kenya’s central government, the Coast remains a diverse and contested space where the modernising aims of the nation state translate as a hybrid of postcolonial predicaments and targets of resentment and resistance. Ngala Chome traces the fraying threads of her own family dynamics, suggesting that the Coastals are not […]

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