Muinga Chokwe

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Chokwe Muinga

He was one of the founder members of the Kenya African Union and among a handful of Coast leaders who were arrested by the British colonial government in October 1952 and later detained for his role in the African freedom struggle. When he was released eight years later, he would buck the political tide at the Coast and join the Kenya African National Union (KANU) instead of the more popular Kenya African Democratic Union (KADU). And when KANU formed the first government at independence in 1963, it would reward him by appointing him Speaker of the country’s first Senate.

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