Cabinet okays judicial probe into Tana killings
14 September 2012, 07:57
Nairobi – The Cabinet on Thursday ordered the establishment of a judicial commission of inquiry to probe the Tana Delta conflict that has left over 100 people dead within three weeks.
The commission which will be required to hand in a report within the next one month is to be chaired by a judge, according to a dispatch from the Presidential Press Service following Thursday’s Cabinet meeting at State House, Nairobi.
“The meeting noted with deep concern the situation obtaining in the Tana River County and regretted the loss of life and property that has been inflicted upon local communities. It directed that a Judicial Commission of Inquiry to be headed by a judge to expeditiously spearhead investigations into the conflict and report within 30 days,” the statement read.
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