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  1. Kwessi Pratt September 19th, 2013 at 10:56 am

    If surely thats the case, our leaders will definitely come out of this unscathed. However, court cases are better done in the courts. But an element of pleasing one’s masters is very evident here.

  2. Thomas Ongaki September 19th, 2013 at 11:17 am

    Madam mohamed shame on you just framing this in a very primitive way! please where are those who were affected and still affected by this crimes so did this crimes happen or it is just an imagination/dreams, did people: died, suffered,evacuated from there home or it is just a story? if there is who killed them who forced others to move from there homes was it ghost doing all this! Heavenly Father will judge you for burying you head in the sad for just the post you were given for you to dance their rhythm for your survivor for the fittest, Who is charged for what happened? Do you want to tell us that what we saw happened to Shollei is “Just and honest” of our courts? Tribal is the order of the day, sorry to say Nyayo era was much far better than now sad for educated people like you just giving partisan vies of fellow kenyans without an eye wink! Am ashamed to be a helpless Kenyan for you use this platform to addressing on behalf of few wounded Kenyans,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    1. Faceless September 19th, 2013 at 12:20 pm

      Thomas, Shollei is still facing the same allegations before the same JSC. Kindly mind exposing your ignorance.

      1. Thomas Ongaki September 19th, 2013 at 12:52 pm

        Kindly mind exposing your sycophancy!

        1. Sayeed September 19th, 2013 at 3:02 pm

          kindly Mr Ongaki tell me if you are one of the victims in the past elections? if yes, then kindly also tell me if you clearly saw a Mr Ruto or Mr Sang or Uhuru running berserk waving a panga and slaughtering people? (just like in Rwanda?) because those kind of people are the ones to be standing before the judges in the hague. Kenyans should move beyond the tribal hatred and learn to live, forgive and accept each other as Kenyans! I am a citizen of Tanzania and we regard you as our brothers.

          1. Thomas Ongaki September 19th, 2013 at 4:27 pm

            Where is the Victim Justice here?

          2. Gabby September 19th, 2013 at 9:47 pm

            Ask Raila to tell you the answer. He will soon be on that dock in the Hague. He is the hugest name momentary ‘escapee’ of justice – just momentary!

        2. Faceless September 19th, 2013 at 4:29 pm

          You’re just proving your ignorance. I only stated a fact, ” Shollei is still facing the same stuff under the JSC”. Unfortunately, that fact cannot be traced anywhere between your ears. Sad indeed!

          1. Thomas Ongaki September 19th, 2013 at 6:11 pm

            Am silent please, i give you less damn!

    2. Wilson September 19th, 2013 at 12:37 pm

      Ongaki I hope you are not suffering from what you are accusing others of. shed the emotions’ cocoon and argue soberly bro. It is true people died but remember justice cuts both ways you cannot jail an innocent person (till proven guilty) to get justice.On the Moi times I assumed you were being humorous ofcrse.

  3. Qwani September 19th, 2013 at 12:20 pm

    I watched the interview on HARDtalk last night. Amina did very well. I’m very proud she is a Kenyan.

  4. golditberg September 19th, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    We, Kenyans, could not hold a simple straight forward Court Case to charge ODM and PNU leaders in a public setting. ICC is the result of our incompetent PNU and ODM leaders, incompetent NSIS, incompetent Police, and incompetent Judges. Try and prosecute a single foreign Humanitarian Aid government agent in Kenya, and you will understand what elitism, or rather, ‘game ya juu’, is. Game yako ni ya chini, kabisa.

    The ICC ended up being used by ODMs leaders to whitewash themselves while PNU was playing elitist politics. ICC shortlisted the waki report as adviced. Adviced by who? If you are a Kenyan, you know where the ‘advicing’ came from. The witnesses are there in the middle, tossed left and right, and all PNU had to do in 2008 was to ensure real public hearing were held using ‘game ya chini’.

    UK paid the Mau Mau chap chap. Why?

    Watoto wa wadosi walikuwa wanarace na mandai kwa highway 2008, watu ‘or takataka’ wakikufa. Wanawika through the windows.. Game ya … Juuuuuu.

    1333 people died. Game ya juu.

    Pattni was playing ‘game ya juu’ for years. Now he is replaced by the leaders of today.

  5. Nicholas Abong`o September 20th, 2013 at 8:59 am

    No wonder she got the job!

  6. Nicholas Abong`o September 20th, 2013 at 9:01 am

    I would like to know what happened to the TJRC report!


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