Leading politicians, senior police officers, provincial administrators, religious leaders and wealthy businessmen feature prominently in a new report on the post-election violence. A Kenyan human-rights group alleged on July 17 that a dozen parliamentarians and seven ministers were involved in inciting, financing and participating in violence last year following Kenya’s disputed December 2007 election.
The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights listed 219 people and organizations as suspects in crimes against humanity after political violence killed nearly 1,300 and displaced more than a quarter of a million. “We got our information from Kenyans says Florence Simbiri-Jaoko, the chairperson of the government-run body. “ We have made recommendation for further investigations. Once these further investigations are carried out, through whichever mechanism is agreed, if there is sufficient information to warrant their prosecution, and then we will expect everyone to be prosecuted and tried.”
The question still remains : Will Kenyans ever get justice???? It is up to us Kenyans to know what kind of leaders we want by voting wisely.Do not be misled by politicians by accepting their bribes for you to vote him or her in.LOOK BACK AND SEE WHAT MESS THEY PUT US INTO.WE ALMOST HAD GENOCIDE IN KENYA.BE WISE WHILE VOTING FOR YOUR FUTURE LEADERS..