CORD, Jubilee urged to unite in anti-ICC war
12 October 2015, 13:09
Nyeri- Mukurweini MP, Kabando wa Kabando has urged political leaders in both Jubilee and CORD alliances to unite in the anti-ICC war.
Kabando said the debate on who fixed who should stop and urged all leaders to unite in seeking termination of the case facing Deputy President William Ruto and journalist Joshua Sang at The Hague-based court.
“The shenanigans and comedies should stop. Let us get Ruto and Sang off the hook. Kenya needs to heal and reconcile. The efforts to end the case should be a joint Jubilee-CORD communiqué to ICC endorsed by all parliamentary parties,” said Kabando.
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He stated that Kenya National Commission for Human Rights (KNCHR) fabricated reports based on politics of 2007 general elections.
“KNCHR should apologize for being misused to fabricate reports that instead of credibly documenting post-election violence and tightly pinning culprits, cataloged fantasies to fit political partisanship,” said the TNA MP.
He called for a credible truth and reconciliation process saying there was spewing bitterness among politicians.
“Let us move to the next level while united against ICC. We have to accept our collective leadership challenge and focus on competing to build stronger sovereign institutions to spur Kenya socio-economic transformation,” said Kabando.
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