Report on Kenya’s Post-Election Violence

A report by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights lists more than 200 individuals it accuses of facilitating that country’ post-election violence in 2007

A report by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) lists more than 200 individuals it accuses of facilitating that country’ post-election violence in 2007.

Amongst those listed as having either incited, mobilised, transported or funded gangs to attack rival communities are seven Cabinet ministers, several members of parliament and councillors, political activists, retired military officers and even church leaders.

The report, ‘On the Brink of the Precipice’, says 1 162 people lost their lives and about 350 000 were displaced during the violence, which affected 136 constituencies in six of Kenya's eight provinces.

To read the article titled, “Poll violence was well-planned – report,” click here.

Source: 
All Africa

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