Pokot ethnic identity: Its contribution to conflicts with other communities in Kenya

 
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One of the most common characteristics of the Pokot people in Kenya is their conflict nature of relationship they hold with the rest of their neighbors. More specifically, the cattle rustling they engage in with their Samburu, Turkana, and Luhya neighboring communities.This book documents the Pokots ethnic identity as one of their inherent cultural attributes that underlies the explanation for their violent behavior. The authors have used primary ethnographic data to de-mistify the subject matter.

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Mr. William Lokira is an Mphil student in Anthropology, a long serving district administrator, and currently the minister of Agriculture in Pokot West County, Kenya. Dr. Benard Mwori Sorre is a senior lecturer at the department of Anthropology and human ecology of Moi University.

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