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Fought for his country, left in grip of poverty

WORK LIFE

“We worked like slaves, amid beatings at the whims of the guards with little to eat. We led a donkey’s life, literally,” he says

Fought for his country, left in grip of poverty

By Joe Ombuor | 2 months ago

Meet man under whose watch cooperative bank building was built

Meet man under whose watch cooperative bank building was built

The man under whose watch Co-operative House, a sturdy Nairobi landmark that withstood the August 7, 1998 bomb blast was built lists the 25 storey bel

Joe Ombuor | 2 years ago

The unsung liberation Idols

Some relatives of Mzee Kamwengu were founding members of KAU, which was instrumental in pushing for Kenya's independence.

Darlington Manyara | 2 years ago

How dalliance with Kenyatta ruined Murumbi’s rich legacy

The late second Vice President of Kenya Joseph Murumbi faulted independence heroes and declared himself clean from corrupt ways.

Michael Chepkwony | 2 years ago

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