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2016-04-09T11:54:00+05:30
Maasailand was cut into half with an international boundary between the British Kenya and German Tanganyika.due to which they lost their grazing lands.

new laws and regulations took away their lands and restricted their movements.

colonial government encouraged local peasants to expand cultivation, for this pasture lands were converted into cultivated lands.

feeding the cattle became a problem as quantity and quality of fodder was effected.



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