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The story of the Mau Mau uprising and the battle for compensation from their British torturers

by | 6th, June 2013

THE British Government will pay Mau Mau £19.9m compensation to Kenyans tortured by their colonial rulers during the the Mau Mau uprising in the 1950s. Yep. That’s all they get. All 5,200 survivors of 100,000 Kenyans imprisoned in British-run camps. These survivors are, of course, all old. They got to live with the memories of British Government-sanctioned rape, castration and torture.

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