Simon Ntoruru, one of thousands of Kenyans tortured by the British Army during the Mau Mau rebellion during the 1950s told ITV News the compensation was "not enough money" but he was happy the UK finally acknowledged and regretted the abuse that took place.
"This money is not enough, but [..] what is important is for them to say sorry for what they did."
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