It’s not over as 8,000 more seek Mau Mau cash

Posted on June 9th 2013

The British government may have paid out Sh2.6 billion (£19.9mn) to 5,228 victims of atrocities during the Mau Mau uprising of the 1950s, but its battle with Kenya’s war veterans is far from over.

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Another 8,000 Mau Mau war veterans angle for UK payouts

Posted on June 9th 2013

Just days after the British government agreed to pay Sh2.6 billion (£19.9mn) to 5,228 Mau Mau victims for torture during the colonial period, details are emerging of pending claims by at least 8,000

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IEBC accused of bias in petition against Wambui

Posted on June 7th 2013

A poll loser Thursday accused returning and presiding officers of being biased against him and declared the wrong candidate the winner of the Othaya parliamentary seat. Mr Peter King’ara told the

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Othaya votes exceeded ballots list, court told

Posted on June 6th 2013

The number of votes cast in Othaya exceeded the number of registered voters, the High Court in Nyeri heard yesterday. In the second day of the hearing of the case, the petitioner, Peter

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Othaya vote tallying full of anomalies, claims King’ara

Posted on June 6th 2013

The Nyeri High court yesterday heard that there were disparities and anomalies in the filling of form 35 and 36 in the Othaya parliamentary election. During the hearing of a petition filed against MP

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