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Kenyatta Is Our Reconciler

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This chapter discusses the pamphlet containing the speeches Kenyatta delivered to Kenyas Africans after his return. It was only a few days after Kenyatta arrived in Kenya from Europe that he was invited by some Kikuyu members of the Catholic Religion. A few weeks after his return, a big Tea Party was prepared rather belatedly at Koinanges home at Kiambaa, to welcome him home. A few days later, Kenyatta was invited to a Tea Party arranged in Nairobi at an Indian Hotel by the Indian Young People. In those early days after Kenyattas return to Kenya, an organisation known as the Thika Native Motor Drivers Association, with both Kikuyu and Kamba members, had prepared a big Tea Party at Machakos Town on the first day of January, 1947.

Keywords: Catholic religion; Kenyatta; Kikuyu members



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