The Waki report on post-election violence names names, tells
tales and could help clear up the nation's politics
Kenyans feared another whitewash when Justice Philip Waki was appointed to head the Commission to Investigate the Post-Election Violence. Yet he has confounded the sceptics and produced a lengthy and powerful report which could spur on further investigations and prompt the prosecution of several powerful politicians. Previous commissions and government probes into corruption and murder have allowed named officials to wriggle off the hook. That will be harder this time, both because of public outrage at the findings and because other countries are involved in the process.
Justice Philip Waki produces a devastating critique of Kenya's political class and business elite
The mandate of the Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence (CIPEV) was to 'investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding the violence, the conduct of state security...
At last President Kikwete is pushing miscreants to return monies
stolen from the central bank some might even be prosecuted
Judgement day is coming for those individuals and companies who benefited from a 133 billion Tanzania shilling (US$117 million) fraud at the Bank of Tanzania (Central Bank), insis...