Tanzania plans on evicting 40,000 Maasai from their ancestral land that borders Kenya and sell the land for hunting purposes to a wealthy customer.
Last year, though, the Tanzanian government announced it wouldn’t give the 1,500 sq km wildlife corridor next to the Serengeti Park to these interests.
Now it is going back on the deal. The Maasai have been told to leave their traditional lands by the end of next year. They will be paid only a token fee for the inconvenience.
Kyle Kulinski discusses it.
Secular Talk video.