Duncan Khaemba, a television journalist in Kenya, was reporting on cases of violence in Kibera, a low-income neighborhood in Nairobi, when he was arrested with his colleague Otieno Willis on August 12, and subsequently released.
Many journalists were slow to report on the violence that marred the announcement of results, although the international press were able to report freely.
Twenty-four thousand of them are estimated to live in an informal settlement in Kibera.
But the Nubians' unsuccessful struggle for title deeds for land they have occupied for more than a century is a clue to the centrality of the issue to the country's politics.
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