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Kikuyu women and children. The Kikuyu people are considered one of the eldest tribe in the world, perpetuating their ancestors' traditions. Rejected by the authorities, they live on reserves and are not granteded any rights as regular citizens.

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Kikuyu women and children. The Kikuyu people are considered one of the eldest tribe in the world, perpetuating their ancestors' traditions. Rejected by the authorities, they live on reserves and are not granteded any rights as regular citizens.

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