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Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's future president, was jailed for his involvement even though there was no evidence linking him to the rebellion.
The pressure exerted from the locals onto the British resulted in Kenyan independence in 1963, with Nairobi as the capital of the new republic.
It is the only building within the city with a helipad that is open to the public.
Of the buildings built in the Seventies, the KICC was the most eco-friendly and most environmentally conscious structure; its main frame was constructed with locally available materials Gravel, sand, cement and wood, it had wide open spaces which allowed for natural aeration and natural lighting.
It also angered the Kikuyu people, who wanted the land returned to them.
After the end of World War II, this friction developed into the Mau Mau rebellion.
Maybe one day Nairobi will be laid out with tarred roads, with avenues of flowering trees, flanked by noble buildings; with open spaces and stately squares; a cathedral worthy of faith and country; museums and of art; theaters and public offices.
And it is fair to say that the Government and the Municipality have already bravely tackled the problem and that a town-plan ambitious enough to turn Nairobi into a thing of beauty has been slowly worked out, and much has already been done.
Nairobi is the 10th-largest city in Africa, including the population of its suburbs.The location of the Nairobi railway camp was chosen due to its central position between Mombasa and Kampala.It was also chosen because its network of rivers could supply the camp with water and its elevation would make it cool enough for residential purposes.and the city grew around administration and tourism, initially in the form of big game hunting.As the British occupiers started to explore the region, they started using Nairobi as their first port of call.