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Kenya: Lamu port will change lives, says PM


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Posted 21 February 2012 - 02:05 PM

Reports www.nation.co.ke.

Mr Odinga urged locals to support the project instead of opposing it due to fear of losing land.

"This project will change lives here. We are looking at a project with the capacity of the port of Dubai. The land you are talking about is just a drop in the ocean compared to the benefits you will get,"

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Who will really benefit from Lamu Port? The locals, who may well lose their land?

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