The Citizen
How the British planned Jomo Kenyatta’s funeral
In June 1968, and after President Jomo Kenyatta suffered a stroke that changed the succession matrix, British spy-cum-Cabinet Minister Bruce McKenzie approached the British High Commissioner in Nairobi, Sir Edward Peck, for some secret plot.
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The British spy who reigned in Jomo Kenyatta’s Cabinet
When a pre-burial service was held in London for Jomo Kenyatta’s former Cabinet minister Bruce McKenzie, a few days after his private plane exploded as it overflew Kibiko market – four kilometers from Ngong Town – one man stood out in the crowd: Last colonial governor, Sir Malcol...
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Rebels speak out on Uganda-Rwanda row
The rebel group of Maj Callixite Nsabimana, aka Sankara, who Rwanda claims to have implicated Uganda on subversion against its neighbour to the south-west, has spoken out on the allegations. 
Maj Sankara, the spokesperson of the National Liberation Forces (FLN), the armed wing of...
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