Part courtroom drama, part political thriller, part military history, The Final Charge explores the nature of both the brutal Emergency in Colonial East Africa in the 1950s and the institutionalised corruption in present day Kenyan politics. It also asks important questions about what it means to be a minority in a society, where responsibility lies for past wrongs and who gets to decide who is condemned as a terrorist and whom lauded as a freedom fighter: themes more relevant today than ever.

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