How Did The British Colonization Of Kenya

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Imagine waking up one morning to a purple, cat-like, winged creature whom calmly stated that it was to be your king from then on and everything you owned was now it’s as well. It would be quite the fascinating event, one you’ve never thought of, even in your wildest dreams. In a sense, that event would be quite similar to colonialism (Colonialism: to exert full or partial political control over another country, occupy, develop, and exploit it’s land) and how the indigenous people of modern-day Kenya felt when Britain tried to do the same. But, what kind of effect did this have on the people of Kenya? The British colonization of Kenya was primarily positive for the people for a varying amount of reasons, yet the most effectual being the development

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