The post-election violence of 2007/8 in Kenya affected hundreds of thousands of people across the country.
The violence resulted into rape of women, defilement of children and other sexual abuses, forcible displacement of people, killings, torching of people , properties, forced circumcision and other bodily physical harm.Read More
Kenya’s vested interests in war-torn Somalia has made it difficult to move out since it launched the operation okoa Kenya according to George Kegoro, the Executive Director Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC).
“This is an extremely worrying moment in Kenya since we ventured in to Somalia in 2012. We have ensured that Somalia's ravaged economic state has become a one entity with Kenya,” he notes.Read More
John Githongo,CEO of Inuka Kenya on the newly published Journalists for Justice Report detailing on the involvement of senior military officials in the illicit export of charcoal and import of sugar, trades with the al-Shabaab being a beneficiary, terms it as, “Quite depressing."
“The most disturbing thing is the implication that the Kenyan security services is essentially in business with al-Shabab.Kenya, which is facing the nastiest political threat we’ve ever faced, is in business with them. It is shocking that corruption has taken us that low.”Read More
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