‘Waki report should be fully implemented’ Uhuru Kenyatta

Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta insists that the Waki report should be fully implemented but reconciliation must be achieved in the long run.Uhuru said truth and justice should address historical election-related violence once and for all. Addressing a funds drive meeting in aid of Christ the King Catholic Church in Juja constituency, Thika District, at the weekend, Uhuru said displacement of people,destruction of property and inhuman killings will not end unless justice is sought on the poll violence. Uhuru said he had contributed money during the violence to support victims of clashes and not to fund retaliatory attacks.He said he is willing to face a tribunal to investigate top leaders implicated in the Waki report, and whose names are in a secret envelope handed over to former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, to exonerate himself.The Gatundu South MP said inter-ethnic fights should be brought to an end and cited recent killings in Mandera District that prompted the Government to launch an Army operation in the area.Brothers in Mandera are killing one another as they celebrate Obama’s victory. Problems belong to everyone and we should come together as a unit to achieve the objectives,” he said.Uhuru was accompanied by Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni and area MP George Thuo. The leaders said truth behind the violence must be established to allow the country to heal

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