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Mamuzai is a Pashtun tribe of Orakzai District in Pakistan. Several Mamuzai live in Kohat, Peshawar, Islamabad, and in other areas in Pakistan. Mamozai also has sub-tribes [1] [2] .[ citation needed ]This is not to be confused with the region along the Pakistan border, Mamuzai. [3] [4] As of 2016, the returning of displaced individuals back to Mamuzai has been started. [5] [6]

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