Definition of Kenya African National Union in English:

Kenya African National Union

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(abbreviation: KANU)
A Kenyan political party formed in 1960 and led first by Jomo Kenyatta. KANU won the first Kenyan elections and took the country into independence in 1963; it has since dominated Kenyan politics, ruling as the sole legal party 1982–91.

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