I start off my blog with this piece on an African Native Court that has stood stood the test of time located in the county of Nyeri.
It was one of the country’s premier native court established in 1924 by the British Protectorate as an African Native Court to deal with customary and criminal cases among Africans. It’s located in the serene village of Ruring’u in the outskirts of Nyeri Town, next to the D.O’s office.
It was referred to by many as Kiama Court. The court, now under the National Museums of Kenya, hosts a great deal of historical data regarding Kenya’s Colonial Administration.