A group of Kenyans want the high court to stop Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki, Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma and the Kenya International Boundaries Office from participating in the Somali maritime boundary case. They are arguing that the case could lead to the alteration of Kenya's territory without a referendum, as required by the constitution.
The area in the Kenya-Somalia maritime border dispute forms a triangle east of the Kenya coast.
Nation, 3 October 2019
Kenya says it is still 'committed' to help rebuild Somalia, in the face of an ongoing bilateral row over the maritime boundary. Read more »
Nation, 1 October 2019
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi wants the international community to take 'seriously' the maritime border tiff between Kenya and Somalia terming it a 'grave' matter. Read more »
Nation, 30 September 2019
Kenya bungled negotiations that would have led to an amicable solution to the raging dispute over its maritime border with neighbouring Somalia, the Daily Nation can reveal. Read more »
Mogadishu has shut the door on Nairobi's push to have the African Union broker peace negotiations, with Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo saying the talks between the two ... Read more »
Somali President Mohamed Farmajo used his inaugural address at the UN to reject Kenya's call for talks on a maritime boundary dispute. Farmajo's remarks came after the two ... Read more »
The International Court of Justice has granted Kenya's request to have the maritime dispute case heard in 12 months. Somalia wants the sea border extended along the land border; a ... Read more »