Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria has listed other names of those people that should record statements at the Directorate of Criminal investigation regarding the 2007/2008 post-election violence issuing fresh details.
MP Moses Kuria has penned in his social media saying that following the decision by the state via tye DCI, then also Kikuyu landlords who their houses were forcefully occupied in Mathare, Kibra, Huruma, and other areas during the 2007-2008 post-election violence should be allowed to record their statements
“Thousands of (Mostly) Kikuyu landlords have their houses forcefully occupied in Mathare, Kibra, Huruma, and other areas. I hope they will also record statements tomorrow,” Moses Kuria has said.
However, despite Kuria’s remarks a section of leaders have come out condemning the move to revive the case on the post-election violence many years later.
Led by Kikuyu MP, Kimani Ichung’wah has said that “The political circus and shenanigans he’s taken through by these political brokers and conmen, from Fight against Corruption to now an attempt to drive ethnic animosity in the Rift to rescue BBI? Come on! A little intelligence!”
Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo has also condemned the move by the DCI saying that the re-opening of post-election cases on account of threats to individuals must be interrogated.
“The re-opening of post-election cases on account of threats to individuals must be interrogated. When it was convenient, the State set up a task force which found no evidence to prosecute anyone in the 2007-8 violence. Have they discovered they were wrong after all,” Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo has said?