Title Kenya: 1. Is there information suggesting that police and/or Mungiki extort money from Matatu (minibus) drivers in Kenya? 2. Is there any information to indicate that there is a ‘Thai' religion in Kenya that is distinct from Mungiki? If so, do followers attract adverse attention from authorities? 3. Deleted. 4. Deleted. 5. Is there any general information on the question of a land price boom, and is there information about people muscling in on land owners and harassing them to part with or sell their land?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 23 March 2012
Country Kenya
Topics Corruption | Housing, land and property rights (HLP)
Citation / Document Symbol KEN40115
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Kenya: 1. Is there information suggesting that police and/or Mungiki extort money from Matatu (minibus) drivers in Kenya? 2. Is there any information to indicate that there is a ‘Thai' religion in Kenya that is distinct from Mungiki? If so, do followers attract adverse attention from authorities? 3. Deleted. 4. Deleted. 5. Is there any general information on the question of a land price boom, and is there information about people muscling in on land owners and harassing them to part with or sell their land?, 23 March 2012, KEN40115, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/50f93b8a2.html [accessed 20 October 2014]
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