Statistics for Fill in the blank East Africa history

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In 1977, a third referendum took place. A landslide 98.8% of the electorate supported disengagement from {France}, officially marking Djibouti's independence.
80%
In 1993, Eritrea gained independence from {Ethiopia}
80%
On 20 January 1959, Burundi's ruler Mwami Mwambutsa IV requested Burundi's independence from {Belgium} and dissolution of the Ruanda-Urundi union
60%
In June 1993, Melchior Ndadaye, leader of the Hutu-dominated Front for Democracy in Burundi (FRODEBU), won the first democratic election. He became the first Hutu head of state, leading a pro-Hutu government. In October 1993, {Tutsi} soldiers assassinated Ndadaye, an act which resulted in a genocide against {Tutsi}, which led to years of violence between Hutu rebels and {Tutsi} majority army. It is estimated that some 300,000 people, mostly civilians, were killed in the years following the assassination.
60%
From October 1952 to December 1959, Kenya was in a state of emergency arising from the {Mau Mau} rebellion against British rule. The {Mau Mau}, also known as the Kenya Land and Freedom Army, were primarily members of the Kikuyu Group.
60%
In late April 1972, two events led to the outbreak of the First Burundian Genocide. On 27 April 1972, a rebellion led by {Hutu} members of the gendarmerie broke out in the lakeside towns of Rumonge and Nyanza-Lac and the rebels declared the short-lived Martyazo Republic.
47%

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