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  1. Duncan Muchina September 17th, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    We need village barazas where accusers and accused come face to face and forgive one another. That will clear the air once and for all. Many people know who attacked them. They can point them out. That area has to be dealt with otherwise we are only trying to sweep things under the ICC expensive carpet.

    1. Kwessi Pratt September 18th, 2013 at 9:31 am

      Indeed! The union between Uhuru and Ruto was superfacial. It was pegged on the belief once they win election the cases were be dropped. It was NOT from bottom up but from up down. And thats where the problem lies. Kikuyus were sheperded to a coalition that never offered solution to deliberate murders visited on them. However, since much water has passed under the bridge, REAL reconciliation needs to be effected, devoid of pump-up pronouncements that are so easy to incite!!!!

  2. tiat September 17th, 2013 at 10:59 pm

    It would be adding insult to injury if a true victim of the Kiambaa Church were to embellish the events of that day and twist the facts to suit the case. “about 3,000 youths…” …stripping naked when a church is on fire and everyone is running for dear life…


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