KENYA-KENYATTA-INDEPENDENCE

Leader of Kenya African National Union (KANU), Jomo Kenyatta, takes the oath during a swearing-in ceremony, June 01, 1963 in Nairobi as he becomes Prime minister of the autonomous Kenyan government. KANU won 83 seats out of 124 in elections in May 1963. Independence of Kenya was declared on December 12, 1963. At right is governor Malcolm Macdonald looking at him holding the Bible and his famous Massai Fly-whisk. (Photo by CENTRAL PRESS PHOTO LTD / AFP) (Photo by -/CENTRAL PRESS PHOTO LTD/AFP via Getty Images)
Leader of Kenya African National Union (KANU), Jomo Kenyatta, takes the oath during a swearing-in ceremony, June 01, 1963 in Nairobi as he becomes Prime minister of the autonomous Kenyan government. KANU won 83 seats out of 124 in elections in May 1963. Independence of Kenya was declared on December 12, 1963. At right is governor Malcolm Macdonald looking at him holding the Bible and his famous Massai Fly-whisk. (Photo by CENTRAL PRESS PHOTO LTD / AFP) (Photo by -/CENTRAL PRESS PHOTO LTD/AFP via Getty Images)
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