Kenya War Veterans Seek Justice in LondonA court case in which the British government is being sued for compensation by former Kenyan freedom fighters over torture during the colonial era has resumed in London.
Capital FM, 13 July 2012
The government has pledged to meet the cost of prosecuting a court case in London where Kenyan freedom fighters have sued the British government for torture during the suppression… Read more »
The Star, 13 July 2012
Malindi Kaya Elders yesterday held traditional prayers for the former Mau Mau War veterans, who are in the United Kingdom for the hearing of their case against the British… Read more »
Daily Maverick, 11 July 2012
The Brits seem more than happy to lecture the rest of the world about the importance of international justice, but less keen to hold themselves to account. Simon Allison reports on… Read more »
Almost 60 years have passed since British colonial forces beat Wambugu Wa Nyingi and left him for dead, but neither the dark scars from years shackled in chains nor his tramautic ... Read more »