The government has been taken to task today over alleged brutality and destruction by the military in Garissa in an emotional session of parliament where Assistant Minister David Musila was accused by MP's of contradiction. Musila confessed that the military operation in Garissa after the killing of three soldiers was spontaneous, remarks that did not go down well with parliamentarians. A cabinet meeting approved the reconstruction of the destroyed Garissa market and a probe into the killing of security officers in the country.
The Cabinet has approved an investigation into the deaths of 42 police officers and subsequent atrocities committed by troops sent to Garissa to find the killers. Read more »