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Fought for his country, left in grip of poverty

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“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 | 12 days ago

Two groups battle over 100-acre land in Njoro

Two groups battle over 100-acre land in Njoro

According to documents filed in court, “the association consists of men and women remembered in equal measure for liberating present-day Kenya.

Daniel Chege | 1 month ago

Tetu, the sleepy sub-county rich in Mau Mau history but lacks banks, colleges

Demarcation did not consider where residents would shop or access government services.

Lydiah Nyawira | 8 months ago

Kenyan museum, Mau Mau fighter shed light on British colonial abuses

The camps, where tens of thousands are thought to have died, are a traumatic but largely forgotten part of Kenya’s past.

Reuters | 9 months ago

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