The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Tana Delta Probe Team Preparing Its Report

Photo: Red Cross
Red Cross personnel were on hand to treat the wounded (file photo).

The Commission investigating Tana Delta clashes has finished its public hearing and has now embarked on compiling its report to be handed to the president. Chairperson Justice Grace Nzioka says they have tight evidence to prosecute those behind the clashes, among them MPs, who funded the clashes that left over 100 people massacred.

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