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ELECTION 2022

Tag of national heroism is at risk of becoming a commonplace accolade

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They say in Kiswahili, “Hujafa hujaumbika”. This is to say that we can only make our definitive statement about you after you are dead and buried. But it is not just the Swahili people who say this, for this is universal wisdom. That was why 19th century English novelist, Thomas Hardy, gave us the story of Michael Henchard in the tour de force that is The Mayor of Casterbridge.

Tag of national heroism is at risk of becoming a commonplace accolade

By | 11 years ago

Mashujaa Day set tone for future leaders

Mashujaa Day set tone for future leaders

The first Mashujaa Day came and went exceedingly well. And apart from the arena events at Nyayo national stadium, 136 other Kenyans joined the list of shujaas (heroes and heroines), whose names and deeds will remain etched on the nation’s collective memory forever.

| 11 years ago

Freedom fighters join in celebrations

Freedom heroes trouped to playgrounds and stadiums in Central and the South Rift to celebrate the inaugural Mashujaa Day.

| 11 years ago

When founding father denounced the Mau Mau

Yesterday, Kenyans celebrated Mashujaa Day, which was previously marked as Kenyatta Day.

| 11 years ago

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