Only Death Will Make Him Retire; Meet Kenya's Oldest Practicing Lawyer, His Painful Story Of Success
One of Kenya's most celebrated Lawyers is the 84 year old Dr John Khaminiwa and many have known him because he has represented prominent personalities in Kenya when or comes to serious court matters. He is known as one of the best when it comes to representing clients in court.
Since the beginning for the struggle for Kenya independence,Mt.Kenya region has always played an important role in the political dispensation of the country.The region was deeply involved in the fight against colonialism with leading politicians like Jomo Kenyatta, Dedan Kimathi,Kungu Karumba,Bildad Kagia among others putting their lives on the line for the sake of political freedom for all kenyans.
In the year 1952 October,the state was declared emergency and the journey of suffering began in the country Kenya. Many Kenyans suffered, some of them never returned back home.kisii among the region that has produced some of this Heros including, Simon nyachae, Hellen obiri,Nyatika maiyoro,ayiako. In kukuyu the hero waiyaki wahinga who resisted the British colonial rule.Mkule wanameme who led British against British colonial rule.Mekatilili wa menza a leader of giriama who walked about 800 kilometers back home
All kenyans Know that Mashujaa Day is a special day that gives them vivid memories on how the freedom fighters sacrificed their social statuses and even their dear lives for them to gain Independent from the brutal colonialist. It also rekindles the spirit of nationalism among Kenyans whereby every Kenyan nationalist is required to put the nation first before his or her interest. And whenever Kenyans talk about this special days, the names of Kenya Patriots like Jomo Kenyatta, Dedan Kimathi, Ochieng Oneko, Bildad
Central Organization of Trade Unions Boss Francis Atwoli has been dealt a big blow from a section of Kenyans after a road sign recently elected to name a road after him burnt down. In a report via the Nation, Vandals has on Tuesday burnt down a road sign named after COTU Secretary-General Francis Atwoli.
Ramogi Achieng Oneko (1920–2007) was a Kenyan freedom fighter and a politician. In Kenya, he is considered as a national hero. He was born in Tieng'a village in Uyoma sub-location in Bondo District in 1920 and educated at Maseno School. In 1969 Oneko was arrested by his former friend Kenyatta following an incident in Kisumu during Kenyatta's visit to the town. Oneko was released in 1975. Oneko died of a heart attack aged 87 on 9 June 2007 at his home in Kunya village, Rarieda, Bondo District. Oneko left a