The Shona: A stateless community in Kenya yearning to gain citizenship

Publié : 14/Nov/2017
Source: UNHCR

88 year old Mofat Ngwabi, sits comfortably in his chair in his home in Kinoo in the ouskirts of Nairobi, Kenya. Mofat is one of the few still alive who remembers when the Shona people of Zimbabwe arrived in Kenya in the 1970s. He was part of a group of around 100 missionaries, who came to establish the Gospel of God Church. When they arrived they were met and welcomed by the first post-independence President of Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta. Mofat looks on proudly at a photo of the encounter with the President that hangs on the wall in the church office.

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Thèmes: Apatridie, Pièces d'identité
Les régions: Kenya, Afrique de l'Est
An: 2017