OBBO: Kung’u Karumba story reopens 40-year-old Ugandan wounds

It told the story of Kung’u Karumba, one of the “Kapenguria Six” — the prominent Kenyan nationalists, including later-Founding Father Jomo Kenyatta, who were arrested and tried in the northern Kenya town in 1952—53, jailed and released in 1961.

~ Daily Nation

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