Not Yet Uhuru

Years ago Oginga Odinga led the fight waged by Kanu, Kenya's ruling party, for the release from detention of Jomo Kenyatta (accused of managing "Mau Mau"), and the formation of a KANU government. In April 1966 Odinga broke with KANU and Kenyatta, surrendered public office as Vice-President of Kenya, and announced that he could no longer support the government's policies at home and abroad, and that the time had come to found an opposition party.

In this autobiography, Oginga Odinga sums up his political beliefs and tells the story of his development from a local teacher to an international figure.

Creation date: 2014-12-04

316 Pages


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