I brought home the three nonfiction books on kenya available at my public library as well as three fictional accounts by white and non white authors at the top of that stack was gatherus slim volume on the history of the country from colonization to independence 1888 1970. The closing chapters of the book deal with the granting of kenyan independence in 1963 the aftermath of independence and the plans of kenya s newborn government for dealing with the issues of labor agriculture and land ownership. This book relates a series of events leading from kenyas colonization through its emergence as an independent country beginning with the advent of europeans in the late 1800s it presents kenya as a land of contrasts in geography as well as people. Get this from a library kenya from colonization to independence 1888 1970 r mugo gatheru beginning with the advent of europeans in the late 1800s this volume presents kenya as a land of contrasts in geography as well as people gatheru discusses the viewpoint of the kenyan people . Kenya from colonization to independence 1888 1970 by r mugo gatheru courtesy of ospa insidious neo colonialism still exists in the world and with it one cause of war at least which is avoidable on the late colonial and early independence era in kenya but having read the first three chapters people of kenya the birth of
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