Attempt to bury TJRC’s report on historical injustices callous

Deputy President William Ruto speaks to a crowd in Mandera on July 22, 2017. Mr Ruto said implementing the TJRC report would re-open old wounds. PHOTO | MANASE OTSIALO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Many had yearned for the day the report would be adopted by Parliament and its recommendations implemented.
  • Kenyans are demanding courageous leadership to deal with historical injustices so as to secure lasting peace.

Recent remarks by Deputy President William Ruto on the Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission Report have confirmed our worst fears that the Uhuru Kenyatta Administration has, in fact, rejected it and will not bother addressing historical injustices.

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