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As good news continue calculating about fresh discovery of oil wells in Turkana county, Kenya, Kenya should borrow a leaf from Botswana and make sure the British company Tullow Oil puts necessary infrastructure for processing crude reserves in northern Kenya both to boost domestic economy and create employment opportunities of the people of Turkana who have been marginalized for centuries (Imana, D. K. (2013). Recently a local newspaper nation (Daily Nation, 2014 January 16,) published an article explaining how continue to experience more oil discoveries. The author talked about an estimation of deposits in Turkana’s Lokichar basin to one billion barrels. This alone is enough to change not only the lives of the people of Turkana but also the Kenyan population and the region in general. Therefore, effective management of natural resources in Kenya, especially oil and other minerals in Turkana county and Kwale is needed to promote economic growth…
A row between Kenya and Somalia over their maritime border may deter multinational oil companies from exploring for oil and gas offshore east Africa, and a Somali official warned that the argument could escalate.The two coastal nations disagree over the location of their boundary line in the Indian Ocean. At stake are their legal claims to sell rights for exploration and collect revenue from any discovery. Kenya recently identified eight new offshore exploration blocks available for licensing, and all but one of them are located in the contested area. "The issue between Somalia and Kenya is not a dispute; it is a territorial argument that came after oil and gas companies became interested in the region," Abdullahi Haji, Somalia's minister of foreign affairs, told Reuters in Mogadishu."If the argument continues unsolved, it will change into a dispute that may result at least in souring the deep relation between our two…

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