For more than 25 years, Kenya has hosted foreigners running away from conflict in their home countries, faithfully and generously abiding to her international obligations. But that the hospitality has started weighing down the host country in a manner that threatens to turn it into a conflict zone similar to those which the refugees are running from only means that the ties with the installation have to be severed.
It is a Herculean task our government is undertaking, dismantling a town bigger than Nakuru in terms of population. However, it is a necessary undertaking and as international stakeholders add pressure against the closure, it is time Kenyans, who have directly suffered at the hands of terror bred from the camp, give the government unwavering support, so that it is able to coordinate the repatriation in as humane a way as possible.
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