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 Political Developments and the Struggle for Independence in Kenya (1919-1963)

Mau Mau war in other communities

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Mau Mau war in other communities
- In April 1953, a Kamba Central Committee was formed by Kamba rebels who were all railway men and effectively controlled the railway workforce. They organized acts of sabotage against the railway lines during the emergency.
- Rebel Maasai bands became active in Narok district before being crushed by soldiers and police who were tasked with preventing a further spread of the rebellion.
-In Maragoli, Chief Mukudi of Bunyore was associated with the movement.
-Other communities involved were the Kipsigis section of kalenjin, Luo etc.