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Kenyans must not be deceived, there shall be no peace if the Mungiki sect pressing issues are not addressed

Posted by African Press International on December 30, 2008

The Waki recommendation and setting up of the Kenya tribunal to look into the 2007 post-election violence will only bear lasting fruits if the Mungiki militiaʼs sect matters are also addressed as part of the main agenda.

The top Kikiyus in the government have for the past years been victimising innocent Kenyans in the name of being members of this outlawed sect, through well orchestrated propaganda being spread by security agents as licence to kill and brutally murder innocent people without justice.

Kenyan must not be deceived, there shall be no peace if the Mungiki sect pressing issues are not addressed, and in essence the road map for the tribunal success is to follow up with Kenyan PM Raila Odinga gesture to open up talks with Mungiki leaders, hear their grievances with sober approach to find a lasting solution to the same.

Hundreds of the suspected members of mungiki have been executed in cold blood in broad daylight, the butchering of people without charging them in the court of law shall not eliminate the group, and instead it will further escalate more violence and increase human right abuses in Kenya.

The Kenya government must accept the fact that this group are children of the Mau Mau freedom fighters whoʼs forefather fought for the liberation cause of the land, now living under extreme poverty in the streets or as squatters or landless, while ongoing killings and abductions are being staged by a renegade faction sponsored by government to distort the genuine and original cause of sect to demand back their ancestral land.

Sweep the history under the carpet in order to avoid answering questions on those behind the mysterious killings will let this myth go.

Many innocent Kikuyus are currently seeking asylum across the world after being falsely framed by the powerful figures of their community in the current government as members of the banned sect, this is a tact being used by these ruthless and blood thirsty wealthy land grabbers to eliminate rightful owners of land grabbed by the late Kenyattaʼs family and his cronies.

There are reports that so many Kikuyus in the past years have fled the country and currently seeking asylums around the world under the fear of being implicated as members ofMungiki and therefore if the Kenya government does not take swift action to have formal reconciliation meeting with sect leaders, it wonʼt be surprised if they transformed itself to sophisticated and dangerous revolutionary movement in Central Province.

By Rev. Okoth Otura

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