Video: Zimbabweans Who Went To Kenya In The 1960s Now Stateless

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At least 4,000 members of the Shona community who immigrated to Kenya in the 1960s have been rendered stateless. Originally from Zimbabwe, Botswana, Malawi, Zambia and South Africa, they came to Kenya in the 1960s as missionaries when the countries were still under British rule. However, with the collapse of colonialism, the missionaries found themselves stateless.

Video Credit: Sabc Digital

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  1. Ronny Reply

    Recently Kenya has been granting citizenship to non-indigenous communities like Indians and Wamagonde(Mozambique natives). They can be granted citizenship too if they lobby enough, we flexible

  2. Anonymous Reply

    They are better off in Kenya than hear in Zimbabwe. Corruption has brought the country of Zimbabwe to its knees. Its all because of Mugabe regime and Zanu PF. So wouldn’t like to come back hear

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