East Africa Traders Plan Demo Over Kenyan Compensation
Relations between Kenya and its two biggest trade partners Rwanda and Uganda could take a knock if the latter countries aren't compensated for the damage of goods during Kenya's 2007 post-election violence chaos.
Post-election violence chaos (file photo).
East Africa: Regional Traders Plan Demo Over Kenyan Compensation
The New Times, 12 November 2012
Six years down the road, Rwanda and Ugandan traders are waiting for compensation for losses incurred during the 2007 Kenyan post-election violence with some promising to ... read more »
New Vision, 9 November 2012
Uganda and Rwandan traders are running out of patience with the delayed promise by the Kenyan government to compensate them for the loses they incurred during the 2007 Kenyan ... read more »
New Vision, 16 October 2012
A storm is brewing between Uganda, Rwanda business communities and Kenyan Government over compensation following the 2008 Post Election related violence. read more »
Victims of post-election violence could see the perpetrators of the chaos get off scott-free due to lack of evidence to convict them, says the task force appointed to review the ... Read more »