Politics

Governor Kingi slams those against the TUFE Agenda. He says that it’s the Coast People who are demanding for TUFE.

“TUFE IS OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE AND BY THE PEOPLE” KINGI

In the early 1960s, attempts to win full autonomy for a narrow strip of Indian Ocean coastline – the Protectorate of Kenya – encouraged an exclusivist discourse of autochthony. To establish their historical ownership of the coast, both political thinkers who supported and decried coastal separatism emphasized the correlation of race, ethnicity, religion, and physical space. Through competing claims to ‘the soil’, all parties articulated a dually integrative and divisive language of citizenship.


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KINGI, JOHO AND SAMBOJA LIKELY TO BACK UMOJA PARTY AS THE FRONTLINE VESSEL FOR COAST UNITY JOURNEY – ChaduchiNews

As the push for Coast Leaders to unite the region through one single political vehicle intensifies, looming anxiety on the political decisions some of these key leaders will make in the next few months is visible amongst the faces of Coast residents.