Tandem Law: sums awarded to Mau Mau victims akin to that of UK whiplash claims

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  • Actually what tandem is saying is true and in my opinion, the UK government worked with home guards again to defeat justice. Paying 2,600 pounds is a real insult. This cannot pay for medical expenses leave alone putting up a decent house.
    I want to put it here, that my late father was a detainee in one of the notorious camps (Hola). Additional, he was under forced labor as technician. While on detention for over five years, his property was confiscated including land. I and my siblings could not afford decent education. I am looking forward to my surviving mother to be adequately compensated and the forced labor and special skills be paid for also.

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