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Mashujaa day

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Haika, Oct 20, 2010.

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    Haika JF-Expert Member

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    Hapa naangalia live mashujaa day ya kenya,
    natamani na mimi ningekuwa mwana kenya.
    leo wakenya wanatakiwa wawe proud sana,
    nimeipenda organization yao sanaaaaaa
    hongereni, japo naona wivu.
    mashujaa kama mia hivi wamepita mbele ya jukwaa baada ya paredi.
    wamepita walioipatie kenya heshima, wakiwapo walemavu, walioleta medali tangu medali ya kwwanza ya kenya!! hadi walioleta medali toka india juzi.
    kwa kweli ni jambo linalounganisha nchi, tanzania lini tutapata forum nzuri isioingiliwa na siasa ya kuwaheshimu waote waliopita?
    mimi nahisi labda tukibadilisha chama tawala kama wakenya ndio akili zetu za kizalendo zitarudi. sasa ni kugombania tu kwa propaganda za siasa kuingia ikulu.
    Hongereni wakenya LEO!!!
     
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    Nyange JF-Expert Member

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    Kwani bongo kuna ninini? Juzi nimeona vipeperushi vya Jk eti anasifiwa kwa kuinua michezo!!!!!! wakati JK na yule bwana aliyeruka uzio ili amguse Kaka wot akili yao moja.

    Ili kuwa na mabadiliko kwa kila nyanja, lazima mfumo wa uongozi ubadilishwe kama hivi tunavyo subiri 31/10/2010 kupiga kura za mabadiliko.
     
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    kayundi2 JF-Expert Member

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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    A statue of Dedan Kimathi, one of Kenya's freedom fighters, on Kimathi street, Nairobi. Kenyans celebrate Mashujaa Day on October 20, 2010 in memory of heroes who fought for the country's independence from colonial rule.



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    A file picture of one of the detention camps in Kenya before the country attained independence.



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    The late Kimati Waciuri, who was a prominent leader of the Mau Mau.


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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Kenya's founding father President Jomo Kenyatta (right) with the former President Daniel Moi
     
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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    A section of Kenya's mashujaa at the National Archives in Nairobi on October 19,2010.



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    Mzee John Macharia 68, a resident of Aguthi village in Tetu stands in front of colonial establishment inside Aguthi High school which housed a colonial District Officer who residents nicknamed Wangwanju. This was a Mau Mau screening centre.


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    Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka meets a freedom fighter Hannah Wanjiku after he toured the Kenya National Archives in Nairobi on October 19, 2010.
     
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    Nyaralego JF-Expert Member

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    Enyewe tume toka mbali... Moi and Kenyatta before Moi became a dictator. Who could have evisioned the PEV...there was a time when the future looked so bright for Kenya...Things were normal in KE until the attempted coup. Then every thing changed after that, random killing, serious tribalism and the rise of the CID and the list goes on.

    All in all I am just glad that they have recognized people/heroes who deserve it!!
     
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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Mau Mau veteran Githinji Gachuche at Dedan Kimathi stadium in Nyeri


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    The late Mbana Kaniu


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    Mau Mau veterans entertain guests at Dedan Kimathi stadium, Nyeri during Mashujaa celebrations on October 20, 2010


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    Mau Mau veteran Captain Nderitu Wambugu joins Jikaze dancers at Dedan Kimathi stadium in Nyeri on October 20, 2010.
     
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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Richard Mateelong, the Commonwealth Games 3,000 metres steeplechase champion, left, Jason Dunford, winner of the 50 metres butterfly swimming gold at the games, second right, and marathon gold medallist John Kelai, right, lead other medallists who were recognised as heroes and heroines on Mashujaa Day.
     
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