Presidential Election Disaster and Civil Strife in Kenya
Documentation of the developments

NEWS

NAVIGATION

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FACTS OF THE POST-ELECTION VIOLENCE

KENYA OVERVIEW: TROUBLED NATION IN A TROUBLED REGION (slow loading!)

SHORT CHRONOLOGY OF THE CRISIS

THE NATIONAL DISASTER IN SAD PICTURES

THE WHISTLEBLOWER FILES ON KENYA

TEXT OF KENYA POWER-SHARING DEAL

EXCLUSIVE: CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS IN KENYA

US AND THEM - THE ENDURING POWER OF ETHNIC NATIONALISM

 

Kenya military on spot over torture                                                                                 (28.07.2008) In a published report called “All The Men Have Gone”, Human Rights Watch claimed that hundreds of men were rounded up and tortured by Kenyan police and military earlier this year.

Clashing death toll accounts at Waki probe                                                                    (26.07.2008) The Ministry of Health testified before the Waki Commission that 1,020 people died during post-election violence, contrary to the 616 victims indicated by the Police Commissioner.

1,020 killed in chaos, team told                                                                                     (25.07.2008) The Ministry of Medical Services on Friday told the Waki Commission of Inquiry that 1,020 people were killed in the post-election violence. The ministry’s permanent secretary Dr Hezron Nyangito said they arrived at the figure from what was supplied by various medical officers and provincial bosses across the country.

Who bankrolled post-election militia activities?                                                               (22.07.2008) Names  of  politicians  and other  people  who funded militia groups during post-election violence are  known and will  be  revealed to the  Justice  Waki Commission  in the  next  few days. Commission chairman Justice Philip Waki ordered Intelligence chief Major General Michael Gichangi to give the Commission the details of those who bankrolled the militia.

Military hands over SLDF militia leaders to police                                                            (22.07.2008) The military has finally handed over to the police five top Sabaot Land Defence Force (SLDF) commanders arrested during a security operation in Mt Elgon District. Only militia spokesman John Kanai is still in the hands of the soldiers.Colonel Stephen Boiywo, who is in charge of the military operation in Mt Elgon District, said the militia were handed over to the police so that they could be charged.

 

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