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

African People’s Party.

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African People’s Party.
-The party also emerged after the 1962 Lancaster House conference, founded by Paul Ngei, one of the radical members of KAU’s Nairobi branch.
-Paul Ngei had similar fears just like the founders of KADU that the Akamba interests would not be catered for in the proposed government
arrangement that favoured KANU as well as KADU.
-The party was formed in February 1962. After Kenya became a republic in 1964, APP decamped from the opposition to join KANU.