Kenya-UK ‘complicated relationship’ since days of Jomo, Moi and Kibaki

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President Daniel arap Moi (centre), Vice-President Mwai Kibaki (right) and Queen Elizabeth the second of Britain are entertained by traditional dancers at the Jomo Kenyatta Airport on November 14, 1983 before she left the country after a visit. 

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Some four years ago, Dr Poppy Cullen, now a lecturer in international history at Loughborough University, published a remarkable book about the post-colonial relationships between Kenya and the UK.

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