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

The second Lancaster conference (1962)

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The second Lancaster conference (1962)
-The main aim of this conference, called by the then secretary for colonies, Reginald Maulding was to draft the independence constitution acceptable to the two main parties KADU and KANU. It also aimed at reconciling the differences between the two parties.
-It is this conference which opened up the way to the decolonization of Africa.
-KANU delegation was led by Jomo Kenyatta while Ngala led the KADU group.
-KANU conceded many KADU grounds to enable success of the negotiations.