Settle Mau Mau Case Out of Court, Kenya Govt Says
The government has called on the three war veterans suing Britain for torture sustained in the 1950s Mau Mau uprising to settle the case out of court, suggesting instead a welfare scheme be established.
allAfrica.com, 5 October 2012
Three Kenyans who say they were victims of torture and sexual abuse at the hands of British colonial rulers during the 1950s Mau Mau uprising have been granted the right to sue ... read more »
International Center for Transitional Justice, 5 October 2012
The International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) strongly welcomes the decision of the UK High Court ordering the British government to pay damages to a group of Kenyans ... read more »
Capital FM, 5 October 2012
The British government on Friday expressed its disappointment following a court ruling that allowed three Mau Mau veterans to sue the UK for crimes committed during the colonial ... read more »
Former Mau Mau fighters, who are in their 70s and 80s, have sued the British government for compensation over torture during the colonial era (file photo).
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 »