Would you support the government's effort to defer the case involving four Kenyan suspects at the ICC

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Govt Backed Mungiki kill second ODM MP

Mr David Kimtai Too the MP for Ainamoi in Kericho was killed by a Mungiki hitman dressed in police uniforms earlier today. Eldoret and Kericho people want to avenge the death of the second ODM MP to die in a week. Menawhile the thief has gone to Ethiopia. Kenya will never be the same again

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Horror of Kibaki's Kenya in pictures

The Kenya that Mwizi Kibaki inherited from Dictator Moi is not going to be the same again. This is what he has done to our country by stealing the presidency.

Kibaki stole the election, naturally

While Kibaki steals the presidency, his wife qualifies as the national slapper.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Mass murder of 19 Luos by Mungiki in Naivasha

The mobs went house to house, looking for certain people. Grace Kakai, a police commander in Naivasha, said a large crowd of Kikuyus chased a group of Luos through a slum, trapped them in a house, blocked the doors and set the house afire. Police found 19 bodies huddled in one room, and Ms. Kakai said some of the children’s bodies were so badly burned that they could not be identified.

“All I can say is that they were school age,” she said.

In the past few days, many Kikuyus have organized into militias, saying they are now ready for revenge.

Newsflash - MP-elect Mugabe Were shot by Mungiki

ODM has paid the ultimate price. Hon Dr. David Mwenje-backed Mungiki has assassinated Embakasi MP-elect Mugabe Were. He died at Nairobi Hospital shortly thereafter. It is a sad day for Kenya.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Mungiki Naivasha Massacre in pictures

Why did the police not shoot-to-kill the Mungiki in Naivasha? Because the men in charge of the security agents are funding the goons to sustain the illegal regime of Mwizi Kibaki.

There have been further ethnic clashes in the town of Naivasha in western Kenya - a popular tourist venue, famous for its spectacular lake.

Mobs of Kikuyu men squared up against residents from the rival Luo ethnic group.

Mob pushing woman around 28/1/08

Whenever they spotted a Luo person, like this woman trying to flee with her meagre possessions, they intervened.

Kikuyu men grab at Luo woman

Women were jostled and jeered by the mob, some of whom were armed with machetes. The crowd only moved back when police fired warning shots.

Policeman giving women directions

Frightened Luo residents took refuge at the local police station, seeking protection and news of loved ones not accounted for.

Man walking with child, escorted by police

Just a handful of police were on hand to escort those trying to leave.

Luo man climbing onto bus watched by mob 28/1/08

The Luos clambered onto a bus under the gaze of the Kikuyus further down the street.

Luo people sitting in bus 28/1/08

The bus carrying the frightened Luo residents to safety was supplied by the prisons department.

Man looking through barred bus window 28/1/08

A man takes a last look at his home through the barred window of the prison bus.

Mungiki massacre in Nakuru

The unrest began in Nakuru late Thursday night when groups of Kikuyus -- the tribe that President Kibaki belongs to -- poured into the city's streets and started hunting members of the Luo and Kalenjin groups. Meanwhile, several thousand people in Nakuru have fled the violence, abandoning their homes in haste. Sophie Okiech, a mother of four, wasn't even able to grab a blanket when she fled. Members of a hostile ethnic group had threatened to lynch her. All night long, young men besieged her house, sharpening their knives and machetes. In the morning, Okiech fled to the police station. This kind of ethnic cleansing is currently happening everywhere.

Chinkororo and Kisungusungu

Members of Chinkororo and Kisungusungu vigilante groups have resurfaced and were even deployed to guard Gusii stadium to keep off ODM from using the venue for its mass action rally last week. The groups were ferried in two police vehicles and roughed up a journalist as police officers watched after he took pictures of the group boarding a police car. Police have been accused of working in cahoots with illegal gangs.

Mungiki in Crimes Against Humanity

Who is funding Mungiki? Where do they get the guns and the machetes? Why did the police shoot peaceful demonstrators in Kisumu only to shoot in the air in Naivasha where Mungiki has burnt 20 Luos to death? Are they doing somebody's job, whose job? On Sunday, eyewitnesses and Red Cross officials reported brutal attacks by members of President Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu tribe on other ethnic groups in Naivasha. "After stealing the elections from Kenyans, Kibaki now wishes to deny them justice and peace".

It was a similar situation in Nakuru on Sunday, where ODM member the Rev. Mike Brawan said members of the Kikuyu tribe "are flushing out the non-Kikuyus from their houses." He said Kikuyus are going house-to-house, attacking civilians that are not members of the tribe, as well as looting and burning their property. Police, he said, "are not doing much." Brawan said he saw homes burned and people hacked to death in the tribal violence. "They just die with a lot of pain," he said. It is estimated -- depending on the source -- that between 500 and 1,000 people have been killed in the violence that followed the Dec. 27 election in which Kibaki kept his post.

Why does God allow this in Kenya

While Kenya is smouldering in flames of hate and collapsing under the weight of theft, God is letting the perpetrators go about scot-free. Why does this happen in Kenya with impunity? Where is the God of Justice when innocent blood is shed, lives are squeezed out and the men who fund these goons still walk around flaunting about these miseries that they visit on us? Where is justice in Kenya?

19 Burned to Death in Violence in Kenya by pro Government Mungiki


NAIROBI, Kenya — Ethnically driven violence intensified in Kenya on Sunday, and police officials said at least 19 people, including 11 children, were burned to death in a house by a mob.

Even the Kenyan military, deployed for the first time to stop antagonists from attacking one another, has been unable to halt the wave of revenge killings.

More than 100 people have been killed in the past four days, many of them shot with arrows, burned or hacked with machetes.

It is some of the worst fighting since a disputed election in December ignited long-simmering tensions that have so far claimed at least 750 lives. The fighting appeared to be spreading Sunday across the Rift Valley region, a particularly picturesque part of Kenya known more for its game parks and fancy lodges.

The Kenyan government is now threatening to arrest top opposition leaders on suspicion of orchestrating the bloodshed, but opposition leaders are in turn accusing the government of backing criminal gangs.

According to police officials in the Rift Valley town of Naivasha, fighting erupted Sunday morning between gangs of Kikuyus and Luos, two of Kenya’s biggest ethnic groups, who have clashed across the country since the election. Witnesses said mobs threw flaming tires and mountains of rocks into the streets to block police officers from entering some neighborhoods. The mobs then went house to house, looking for certain people.

Grace Kakai, a police commander in Naivasha, said a large crowd of Kikuyus chased a group of Luos through a slum, trapped them in a house, blocked the doors and set the house afire. Police found 19 bodies huddled in one room, and Ms. Kakai said some of the children’s bodies were so badly burned that they could not be identified.

“All I can say is that they were school age,” she said.

The episode was similar to one on Jan. 1, when up to 50 women and children seeking shelter in a church in another Rift Valley town were burned to death by a mob. The victims in that case were mostly Kikuyus, and Kikuyus across the country seem to have been attacked more than any other group.

In the past few days, many Kikuyus have organized into militias, saying they are now ready for revenge.

“The situation is very bad,” Ms. Kakai said. “People are fighting each other and trying to drive them out of the area. We have to evacuate people.”

Thousands of families are streaming out of Naivasha, Nakuru, Molo, Eldoret and other towns across the Rift Valley, which has become the epicenter of Kenya’s violence. The province is home to supporters of both Mwai Kibaki, Kenya’s president, and Raila Odinga, the top opposition leader, and the site of historic land disputes between members of rival ethnic groups.

Mr. Kibaki is a Kikuyu and Mr. Odinga is a Luo, and the disputed election, in which Mr. Kibaki was declared the winner by a narrow margin despite widespread evidence of vote rigging, set off the ethnically driven violence.

The Kenya of today is almost unrecognizable compared with the Kenya that until recently was celebrated as one of the most stable and promising countries on the African continent. On Sunday night, local television stations showed menacing young men waving machetes and iron bars at roadblocks along one of the country’s busiest highways. The men threw rocks at buses, with one large bus run off the road, as police officers stood by.

The Kenyan Army was assigned early this month to help evacuate people from conflict zones, but on Friday, for the first time, soldiers were ordered to intervene between warring groups. That did not seem to make much of a difference, and witnesses said the soldiers had been as ineffective as the police.

A dusk-to-dawn curfew has been imposed in several Rift Valley towns, including Naivasha and Nakuru, but witnesses said violence continued to rage in the countryside, with bands of armed men burning down huts and attacking ethnic rivals.

Many Kenyans have said the most distressing aspect is that the opposing politicians, instead of cooperating to stop the bloodshed, continue to bicker over who started it.

That is exactly what happened on Sunday after news of the Naivasha killings spread. Salim Lone, Mr. Odinga’s spokesman, sent out a cellphone message calling the killings “ghastly” and saying that they were the work of criminal gangs backed by police officers and “part of a well orchestrated plan of terror.”

“The government is doing this to try to influence mediation efforts,” the message said, referring to the continuing but so far fruitless negotiations led by Kofi Annan, the former secretary general of the United Nations. “After stealing the elections from Kenyans, Kibaki now wishes to deny them justice and peace.”

Alfred Mutua, a government spokesman, called the accusations “ridiculous.”

“What is really happening is a continuation of the ethnic cleansing that Raila’s people are doing to kill the president’s people,” he said.

Mr. Mutua said the violence would stop “when we indict the leaders responsible for this.”

“We are working on indictments,” he said Sunday night. “That will happen very soon.”

Western diplomats have said there is a debate raging within Mr. Kibaki’s inner circle about the wisdom of arresting top opposition figures, with some advisers pushing for it, while others fear that the violence will only get worse if the leaders are jailed because their supporters will go on an even more intense rampage.

Kenyan newspapers reflected the gloom. “For the umpteenth time, we again ask President Kibaki and Orange Democratic Movement leader Mr. Raila Odinga to work for peace, truth and justice,” said an editorial in The Sunday Standard. “Kenya has bled enough.”

Satan is drinking blood as Kenya is bled by Kibaki

The blood thirsty cold-hearted thief from Nyeri together with other thieves from Murang'a, Kirinyaga and Thika are appeasing statan with innocent, virgin blood. For how long will Kenya shed its life and blood?

Government militia killing Opposition supporters

Mungiki, funded by Uhuru Kenyatta and Chris Kirubi with support from a dozen other warlords are out to silence us after stealing our vote. Kenya is at war, it is civil war and Mungiki is fighting for the thief-in-chief Kibaki.

Pain in Kenya

The old and sick, women and children are displaced. Mungiki is funded by government politicians to slaughter people.

Criminals against humanity in Kenya

Mungiki, a tribal ragtag army is killing for hire. The hireling is the state of Kenya and the bankrolling is in the hands of government politicians.