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R. Mugo Gatheru (born 21 August 1925) is a Kenyan writer. His autobiographical A Child of Two Worlds describes growing up in colonial Kenya. Gatheru was born to a squatter family living on a European farm. He attended medical school in Nairobi, but was forced to continue his education abroad after he protested the treatment of Africans by the colonial rulers. After a year in India, he spent eight years from 1950 in the United States before studying law in England. He returned to Kenya when it gained independence in 1963. On the death of Jomo Kenyatta, however, and the accession of Daniel Arap Moi, Gatheru was not permitted to remain in Kenya. He then found a position teaching African and Middle Eastern History at California State University Sacramento (CSUS), from which he retired (date ne

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  • R. Mugo Gatheru (born 21 August 1925) is a Kenyan writer. His autobiographical A Child of Two Worlds describes growing up in colonial Kenya. Gatheru was born to a squatter family living on a European farm. He attended medical school in Nairobi, but was forced to continue his education abroad after he protested the treatment of Africans by the colonial rulers. After a year in India, he spent eight years from 1950 in the United States before studying law in England. He returned to Kenya when it gained independence in 1963. On the death of Jomo Kenyatta, however, and the accession of Daniel Arap Moi, Gatheru was not permitted to remain in Kenya. He then found a position teaching African and Middle Eastern History at California State University Sacramento (CSUS), from which he retired (date ne
  • R. Mugo Gatheru (21 August 1925 – 27 November 2011) was a Kenyan writer. His autobiography A Child of Two Worlds describes growing up in colonial Kenya. Gatheru was born to a squatter family living on a European farm. He attended medical school in Nairobi, but was forced to continue his education abroad after he protested the treatment of Africans by the colonial rulers. After a year in India, he spent eight years from 1950 in the United States before studying law in England. He returned to Kenya when it gained independence in 1963.
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  • R. Mugo Gatheru (born 21 August 1925) is a Kenyan writer. His autobiographical A Child of Two Worlds describes growing up in colonial Kenya. Gatheru was born to a squatter family living on a European farm. He attended medical school in Nairobi, but was forced to continue his education abroad after he protested the treatment of Africans by the colonial rulers. After a year in India, he spent eight years from 1950 in the United States before studying law in England. He returned to Kenya when it gained independence in 1963. On the death of Jomo Kenyatta, however, and the accession of Daniel Arap Moi, Gatheru was not permitted to remain in Kenya. He then found a position teaching African and Middle Eastern History at California State University Sacramento (CSUS), from which he retired (date needed). Gatheru was reticent about discussing the reasons that he was not permitted to return to Kenya during his period as a teacher at CSUS.
  • R. Mugo Gatheru (21 August 1925 – 27 November 2011) was a Kenyan writer. His autobiography A Child of Two Worlds describes growing up in colonial Kenya. Gatheru was born to a squatter family living on a European farm. He attended medical school in Nairobi, but was forced to continue his education abroad after he protested the treatment of Africans by the colonial rulers. After a year in India, he spent eight years from 1950 in the United States before studying law in England. He returned to Kenya when it gained independence in 1963. He taught African and Middle Eastern history for many years at California State University in Sacramento.
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