Plaque

Jomo Kenyatta

Erection date: 2005

Inscription

Jomo Kenyatta, c1894 - 1978, first president of the republic of Kenya, lived here, 1933 - 1937.
English Heritage 

Plaque unveiled by Najib Balala, Kenya’s Minister of State for National Heritage, Uhuru Kenyatta, Leader of the Official Opposition and Kenyatta's grandson, and Joseph Muchemi, Kenya High Commissioner.

Site: Jomo Kenyatta (1 memorial)

SW1, Cambridge Street, 95

From The Citizen we learn that Johnstone Kenyatta did not pay his rent for 18 months and had to move from the first floor to the attic. 

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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