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  1. Qwani October 26th, 2013 at 3:01 pm

    Bwana AG, come back to Kenya and finalise on the preparations of the ICC withdrawal bill.

  2. mtetemeko October 26th, 2013 at 3:28 pm

    Mr. AG is it “fair and reasonable” that six years after 1,300 Kenyans were slaughtered by marauding thugs sent by politicians nothing has been done to seek justice for them in our country? That is the issue. If your office and that of the DPP had done their job and brought to book the perpetrators of the 2007/8 PEV we wouldn’t be in this situation, would we? Why have you failed in your jobs? Is it because those who organised the murder and mayhem own you and your jobs? Unfortunately for them they do not own the ICC and that is why they and you are shocked that the ICC machine keeps rolling. It will go on. Deal with it and move on. sawa?

    1. george mwaura October 26th, 2013 at 3:50 pm

      The 1300 dead and 650,000 displaced are kikuyu and luo victims from nakuru and Eldoret area.We have a very large umber of other victims from kisumu,kakamega busia(who fled to uganda)mombasa and every other town or area ODM was calling the shots etc,all of them almost exclusively kikuyus who are never spoken off as if nothing happened.True justice and fairness requires the entire episode be revisited and genuine justice done ounce and for all.

    2. Qwani October 26th, 2013 at 4:05 pm

      You might not realise it, but it is the ICC that must be blamed for missing the “golden” opportunity. If special courts were set up at that time at all the hotspot areas, today we could have been talking about justice. Instead, we are on a wild goose chase looking for justice for the victims which will only end up adding insult to injury. Some of the culprits come from Mathare, Eldoret, Kibera, Mombasa and elsewhere right across the country. As a country we only have two options. Go after the culprits and risk another upheaval or do we go for reconciliation and compensation. Even after going for the culprits, you will still see people do an ethnic count as to how many from a particular ethnic group have been taken to court.

      1. Mtete October 26th, 2013 at 7:38 pm

        Reconciliation starts with acceptance of responsibility and forgiveness. In Kenya, killers boast of their good work at killing others and promise to do the same again if and when necessary to protect their community. How do you kill babies to protect your community? How do you forgive people who wear their crimes as a badge of honour? Have you heard about the TJRC report and recommendations? Uhuru has it locked safely in the dustbin at State House. He didn’t even mention it at the so called Mashujaa Day celebrations. Why? Because these realities don’t matter to the powers that be. Is it any wonder that we are now stuck at the ICC with frightening consequences. We are where we are for a reason.

        1. Qwani October 26th, 2013 at 8:15 pm

          The people who contribute to commissions are the same ones you find as witnesses at the ICC today. Giving all sorts of made up stories with no factual basis. You may have heard of the cap with the secret code??? If your idea is to go after the culprits once and for all, then let us bravely say as a people that we want “special courts” set up in all the hot spot areas and have them brought to book. By claiming that the cause of all the violence that rocked the country was caused by the three at the Hague is tantamount to sweeping the problem under the carpet. Like I said, the ICC missed a “golden opportunity” and that is why the problem hasn’t gone away. No investigations were carried out and hence you now find us on a wild goose chase for justice.

      2. Natty Dread October 27th, 2013 at 6:22 pm


  3. Carlos Mopis October 26th, 2013 at 6:37 pm

    Uhuru should not attend trial at the neo-colonial court.Let the imperialists impose sanctions and Uhuru implement Mugabe-like policies.

    1. Here And Now October 26th, 2013 at 7:29 pm

      Do you know why Mugabe has to die in power? Fear. If Uhuru wants to be Mugabe he will need to be in power for the next 50 years and Kenyans will have to be in the dump for the same period. I know Uhuru has become the new Mugabe in the AU meetings. Attacking the West etc, but a vast amount of Uhuru’s personal wealth and that of his family is in the West. That will go. What will Uhuru eat? You and me. Will that be enough? May be not. This ICC thing is not a joke. Moi told them but they didn’t listen. It is here now. Bad times are here.

  4. Kwessi Pratt October 28th, 2013 at 12:06 pm

    AG should stop playing partisan politics since he is a civil servant. He should instead advise the president that a presidency arrested by crimes against humanity charges is shame to the country. Pushing the whole to personal shameful challenges is unacceptable. Abuse of integrity clauses in our constitution is the result of this ugly situation. Incidentally, AG used his office to endorse then candidates were NOT qualified to run for offices.

  5. mark October 28th, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    “not in the interests of Kenya”..hmm, that statement warrants some looking in to: Who is Kenya and what are her best interests? What about future generations of wanainchi who may suffer the same fate as the 1100 dead and 300,000 displaced in 2008. Or or they not Kenya? Let’s not be hypocritical here – the entire AG’s “Kenya” would fit comfortably in the lobby of the Intercontinental Hotel.

  6. knightamani October 29th, 2013 at 12:28 am

    Mr. AG- unless I am mistaken, the criminal justice system in kenya requires the accused to be present in Court at all times during the trial-even if they have defence counsel representing them- Can you explain why???

    1. Mpegav23 October 29th, 2013 at 4:36 pm

      damn right your mistaken, you need not be in court at all times during trial. Only in the ICC I guess this applies.


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