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AbyssiniaLady
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Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 11 Jan 2022, 21:47

Although the United Nations International Court of Justice has settled Somalia and Kenya's sea dispute on October 12-2021 and the verdict of the court is final, binding by international law, without appeal and enforceable through the United Nations Security Council that is empowered to handle any international breach of the peace, up to and including using force, should corrupt Kenyan authorities not comply, And no international oil company will be willing to explore oil and gas in a waters under the jurisdiction of Somalia for Kenya, Somalia must still keep a watch on Kenya activities along the sea border.

According to Kenya news website, Kenya has stepped up oil and gas exploration activities in the Lamu Basin, Petroleum commissioner James Ng’ang’a said that ENI Kenya Business Venture (BV), formerly Agip, started drilling last month at Mlima-1 well, which is also known as Block L11B.

However, this Block L11B is nowhere near Somalia, It is near Mombasa, two hundred forty kilometers away from Somalia and yet the subhuman aids infested nappy headed Kenyan amateur journalists mentioned Somalia in their useless article just to confuse people.

Kenya is small resourceless overpopulated hiv/aids ravaged country, thus they are so obsessed with finding oil and gas but so far without success, by the way, ENI Kenya Business Venture is not Kenyan, It is an Italian multinational oil and gas company.

Mereja is good site to spread information quickly. but some low IQ animals are taking it down.




The United Nations International Court of Justice felt sorry for Kenya and gave almost 10,000 square meters of the ocean which rightfully belongs to Somalia.


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Re: Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 11 Jan 2022, 22:41

Kenya is densely populated country and it is running out of lands & beaches.


Americans and Europeans warned not to swim at Kenyan beaches.

Mombasa.







Malindi beach, once a beautiful beach turned into a mud river.





Kenyan beaches are dirty and polluted, According to this man.


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Re: Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 11 Jan 2022, 23:37

Most of Kenya's beaches are located in Mombasa.







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Re: Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 14 Jan 2022, 18:46

The low IQ subhuman Kenyans are good in spreading fake news and disinformation online. I think the low IQ Kenyans really believe that the whole Kenya tiny coastline belongs to Somalia.

The Block L11B is closer to Tanzania than Somalia.
Published date: 14 January 2022

Italian firm Eni started drilling the Mlima 1 deepwater exploration well in block L11B in the Lamu basin last month. The block is located within a 100,000km² triangle of the Indian Ocean that is believed to be rich in oil and gas and has long been contested by Kenya and Somalia.
Kenya oil exploration blocks map



The official Somalia and Kenya maritime boundary line registered by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.



Tanzania and Kenya maritime boundary line.
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Re: Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by Somaliman » 14 Jan 2022, 20:39

Malindi has become a ghost town with empty resorts, as tourists have deserted, discovering other destinations with better beaches. The major reason that has led the migration of tourists from Malindi to mainly Atomo is the continuous silting of the Athi-Galana-Sabaki River to the Indian Ocean, particularly during the Monsoon season, mudding all the Malindi Beach waters and the beaches themselves.

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Re: Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 14 Jan 2022, 22:44

Kenya tourism board usually use deepfake software to make promotional video of Diani beach which is reserved for White tourists, It's a deceptive marketing scam.


This is Diani beache and it look incredibly beautiful and big in promotional photos but that's not what this beache look like in real life.




This is what Diani beach really looks like, It is small beach ruined by seaweed and low tide.




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Re: Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by Somaliman » 15 Jan 2022, 06:04

AbyssiniaLady wrote:
14 Jan 2022, 22:44
Kenya tourism board usually use deepfake software to make promotional video of Diani beach which is reserved for White tourists, It's a deceptive marketing scam.


This is Diani beache and it look incredibly beautiful and big in promotional photos but that's not what this beache look like in real life.




This is what Diani beach really looks like, It is small beach ruined by seaweed and low tide.









Interesting!

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Re: Somalia should keep a vigilant eye on corrupt Kenya

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 17 Jan 2022, 21:28

Kenya doesn't need oil and gas, what Kenya desperately need is a compulsory sterilization plan before it's too late, The poverty-stricken overcrowded country is now a testing ground for pharmaceutical companies, People are being used as guinea pigs for medical experiments by leading western pharmaceutical companies.








brainless animals, stop abusing camels.

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