Mzee Jomo Kenyatta is sworn in as Prime Minister of Kenya on June 1, 1963 on Coronation Road (present-day Harambee Avenue) in Nairobi. Photo/FILE
April 1953: Suspected Mau Mau fighters are taken to Githunguri court and accused of leading an uprising against British colonial rule.
October 1952: British Government declares a state of emergency.
February 8, 1952: Queen Elizabeth II of England on arrival from Kenya. She was staying at Treetops hotel in Nyeri when she heard news of her father's death.
1956: Field Marshall” Dedan Kimathi is shot, wounded and captured.
1958: Jaramogi Oginga Odinga asks questions in the Legco about Mzee Jomo Kenyatta in prison.
April 14, 1959: Jomo Kenyatta is detained at Maralal.
Nyaguthii took care of Muriithi after he suffered a domestic violence attack
A petitioner in one of the cases filed at the High Court in Mombasa has asked to withdraw the case.
The former vice president even made a call to Senator Kilonzo during the meeting to also air his views.