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What do we do here at Rediscover

We take you back centuries and millenia, back to a time when the African still saw himself as a creature of the Creator that was as good as any. At the time he (see below for gender inclusivity statement) performed  as well as, and excelled all. We aim to rediscover that era with a view to reinventing it in the modern context. The African still has what it takes to excel, only he doesn't know it. If we bring that past picture to him sufficiently and suggest a way forward, we do not doubt that the desired effect will be achieved. The Obama feat has already pointed the way: yes we can.
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Kipkoeech araap Sambu, DLitt et Phil, the Egyptologist from Kenya, visited the British Museum's private, heavily guarded stores, by exclusive, private arrangement, in October 2005, looking for any artifacts associated with Koitaleel araap Samoei, the Kalenjiin king who was murdered by a British army captain in 1905. Here he is posing next to a lion mane headdress that was snatched from Koitaleel's men between 1901 and 1904. Dr Sambu was looking for Koitaleel's staffs of office but did not succeed here as it appears the murderer, Meinertzhagen, did not deposit any of  them at the museum: he, instead, kept some in his own house. Some royal staffs and office paraphernalia that were snatched from the dying Koitaleel were later surrendered to Dr Sambu's protege, Kibny'aanko Seroney, by the son of Meinertzhagen. Please see the story carried by the British press here and here.  The Kenyan press also covered the event extensively. The stone-headed knobkerries that Meinertzhagen yanked from under the belt of the lifeless  Koitaleel, and which he noted in his diaries, are yet to be recovered.
We are gender sensitive: where we say he/she/him/her/his it goes for the male and female unless context dictates otherwise.

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