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THE QUESTION OF MAU MAU COMPENSATION AND APOLOGIES

It would be churlish to do anything other than welcome the announcement by the British government that it will pay Sh2.6 billion to Mau Mau veterans who suffered under colonial rule, or to accept British Foreign Secretary William Hague’s apology to those Kenyans who suffered torture and ill treatment at the hands of the colonial […]

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THE MAU MAU VETERANS’ CASE, KENYA’S ‘FIRST WORLD WAR’ VETERANS, AND A WORD OF ADVICE TO THE STAR – CHECK OUT THE HISTORY

A British lawyer, a Mr Dan Leader of Leigh Day and Company, a London law firm, has been in Kenya on a ‘special mission’ to seek out Kenyans who suffered under British colonial rule, with aim of winning them compensation from the UK government following recent ‘historic’ court decisions. BRITISH HIGH COURT OPENS WAY FOR […]

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MIGINGO ISLAND: THERE SHOULD BE NO DISPUTE BETWEEN KENYA AND UGANDA, THE CASE IS CLEAR

Yet again a Ugandan-Kenyan dispute has blown up over Migingo Island, an island by name but in reality little more than a mud bank in eastern Lake Victoria, home to only a few hundred (mainly) Kenyans who contrive to scrape a living from the fish-rich waters that surround it. The latest fracas arose after a […]

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Michael Olunga scores a hat trick against Las Palmas

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