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Byline: Rupi Mangat
Half an hour from Nasalot National Reserve along the rough murram road to Turkana where gigantic trucks full of supplies for the northern desert lands painfully inch their way on whichever side of the road they can drive on, is the right turn into South Turkana National Reserve.
Enroute, we cross Weiwei River that is in full flow and into Kainuk, a tiny outpost with a motley bunch of dukas and a mosque lining the road.
Tall, lean Turkana men walk around with their trademark wooden stools that double up as headrests. There are few Somalis and Sudanese to be seen but their presence is there with Juba Hotel and Juba Investments boldly painted on two single-story buildings.
Young men while away time in a dimly lit snooker room. A few signs belonging to aid …