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HUMAN SMUGGLING ACROSS KENYA-ETHIOPIA BORDER

Due  to  the  low  levels  of  investigation,  prosecution  and  conviction  of  human  smuggling especially across Kenya Ethiopia border there has been an increase in number of humans being smuggled from Ethiopia through Kenya to South Africa and to some extent Kenyans being smuggled  through  Ethiopia  to  places  like  Libya.

MEDIA COVERAGE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN NIGERIA

Human trafficking is the act of transporting victims from one place to another forcefully or without their consent. Human trafficking has been a trend in Nigeria for many years. Due to this, the media have taken a step ahead to spread relevant information about this vice to the society. The main objective of the study was to investigate the nature of media coverage of human trafficking in Nigeria since her independence. The study investigated the nature of human trafficking in Nigeria.

African states have yet to master fully how to apply sport to achieve their interest and to build their political power and influence globally. When sport goes beyond national boundaries it becomes an intimate companion of diplomacy. Sports Diplomacy is an increasingly important aspect of diplomatic practice and growing part of the global sports industry. The main purpose of the study was to establish the role of sports diplomacy in the pursuit of Africa’s and Kenya’s national interest in  particular.

Refugees and Regional Security in the Horn of Africa

This research aims to investigate the impact that refugees have on security in the Horn of Africa. Chapter 1 will introduce the topic covering the countries embedded in the region and  factors  contributing  to  the refugee  crisis.  Consequently,  the  research  paper  will integrate Buzan’s concept of Regional Security to facilitate analysis, interpretation and understanding of the refugee crisis facing the region.

The East Africa Community (EAC) is a regional economic organization in Africa. It is one of the most affected regions by electoral disputes with most of its member states having experienced electoral violenceexcept Tanzania. The EAC is capable of solving electoral disputes but it has not been successful in doing so.This is despite the fact that it has a protocol on democracy and good governance. The EAC lacks the capability and authority for effectively dealing with electoral disputes in the region due to fear of interference with the soverignty of member states.

EFFECTS OF TERRORISM ON KENYA AND SOMALIA RELATIONS 1998-2016

The study set out to investigate the effects of terrorism on Kenya and Somalia relations

The purpose of the study was to examine the role of Counter Terrorism institutions in the fight against terrorism in Kenya. The study was guided by the following specific objectives; to establish the effort of Counter Terrorism institutions in fighting terrorism to reduce threat in Kenya; to  outline the role that  Counter Terrorism institutions play in  helping Kenya fight terrorism; to ascertain the shortcomings of counter-terrorism strategies; to establish ways to combat Terrorism effectively.

External trade is the exchange of capital, goods and services across the international borders or territories. International trade has been regarded as an engine of growth, which leads to steady improvement in human status by expanding the range of people's standard and preferences. Since no country has grown without trade, international trade plays a vital role in restructuring economic and social attributes of countries around the world, particularly, the less developed countries.

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