MPs to force Kibaki, Raila to make public names in Waki report
01 October 2015, 11:53
Nairobi - The national assembly is planning to institute a motion that will compel retired president Mwai Kibaki and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to reveal the full details that were contained in the famous Waki envelope.
Nakuru town east MP, David Gikaria has said that the issue will be made a top agenda as Parliament resumes Thursday.
Gikaria said the motion that is being sponsored by the Jubilee coalition will ensure that all the names that were contained in the Waki envelope are made public.
Speaking Thursday morning in Nakuru town, Gikaria said that Parliament is interested in knowing how many names were in the envelope and how only six individuals were prosecuted for allegedly masterminding the 2007 post poll chaos.
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“There were a lot of questions that were not answered by the Waki commission and the nation has never been told how many names were in the envelope and why some people whose names were inside the envelope have never been prosecuted,” said Gikaria.
He added: “Because the envelope was given to Kibaki and Raila, we as the government want them to come and tell Parliament the entire truth since they are the only ones who had access to it.”
Gikaria said that doing so will help clear the air about who fixed who at The Hague and help the nation to forget the past and move forward.
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