Nairobi – Livestock and Development Assistant Minister Dhadho Godhana has been sacked over the Tana River Killings.
In a statement, President Mwai Kibaki said he was relieved of his duties after investigations linked him with the violence in the Tana River Delta.
“Following investigations that have linked Dhadho Godhana with violence that has rocked the Tana River Delta, I have today in consultations with Prime Minister Honorable Raila Odinga relieved Honorable Dhadho Godhana off his duties as Assistant Minister in the Ministry of Livestock Development,” the statement said.
Godhana was on Wednesday detained and charged over the Tana River clashes, hours after The President ordered the prosecution of leaders fanning violence in the troubled region.
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