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War veterans say they have little to celebrate as Kenya marks 50 years of independence

KENYA @ 50

As the country gears to celebrate 50 years of independence, a section of war veterans who fought in East Africa King riffles battalion in the early 1940s along with British East Africa protectorate decry neglect by the government.

War veterans say they have little to celebrate as Kenya marks 50 years of independence

By SILAH KOSKEI | 7 years ago

 When Christianity came face-to-face with traditions

When Christianity came face-to-face with traditions

A traditional rite catalysed a heated row that escalated into a struggle for independence. At the heart of this quarrel was a church determined to cling to the old ways

- Amos Kareithi | 8 years ago

Kisumu, the resilient city of refuge

Unlike other major towns that are only 100 years old at best, Kisumu was a human settlement more than a century before Europeans came to East Africa. Many battles have been fought over this lakeside city

- | 8 years ago

How matrimonial dispute shaped up community’s destiny

It all started as a disagreement between in-laws: the groom’s family breached tradition by refusing to pay the customary 50 goats for the bride as decreed by a panel of elders.

| 9 years ago

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