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Kelvin Onyango
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Unmasking the Truth Inside Nyayo House Torture Chambers

‘’Leaders or oppressors?’’ It is a question many ask themselves as they wound the injuries and trauma they underwent inside the Nyayo house chambers. Since Kenya gained its independence, the state has always tried to silence its people through torture for so many years. This is how the late president Daniel Arab Moi silenced all those who were against his governance. Some were innocent, but a law was a law, just by command; they were all transported by police vehicles to Nyayo house.Today they still cry for justice, a cry that has landed on deaf ears.

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  1. It may not be in a right way but if a leader is acting as an oppressor it's evident that that's his/her way of leading, in an example of the late former president of Kenya Daniel Moi, getting rid or killing however opposed his laws, orders and commands was his own distinguished way of practicing andRead more

    It may not be in a right way but if a leader is acting as an oppressor it’s evident that that’s his/her way of leading, in an example of the late former president of Kenya Daniel Moi, getting rid or killing however opposed his laws, orders and commands was his own distinguished way of practicing and protecting his leadership. To us it was oppression but to him it was leadership.

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  1. I need to reread or rewatch this again. The memory of their sacrifice should keep us awake and protective of what the fought for.

    I need to reread or rewatch this again. The memory of their sacrifice should keep us awake and protective of what the fought for.

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