as anti-colonial movement, the Mau Mau movement. This movement started as a Kikuyu land struggle movement against the British land tenure practices of land grab but the movement was captured by the people who elevated it at the national movement level both in its content, its strategies and its

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African religions, opening avenues for recasting them as religious movements critiquing the social order (1, 90). One can document such significant movement cultures from the initial encounters with European colonialism. The Mau Mau and Maji Maji movements were anchored in religious idioms and rituals

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