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Waziri ashikiliwa na polisi kisha afutwa kazi na Rais Kibaki

Discussion in 'Kenyan News and Politics' started by lukindo, Sep 12, 2012.

  1. lukindo

    lukindo JF-Expert Member

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    Naibu waziri Dhado Godhana anashiliwa kituo cha polisi cha Muthaiga, Nairobi kwa tuhuma zinazohusishwa na vurugukwenye maeneo ya Tana River.

    Source: http://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/1505024/-/xuj1w2z/-/index.html


    My take:
    Kulikoni hapa pia zimetokea vurugu lakini hatujaona hatua za makusudi zikichukuliwa na mamlaka husika huku waliosababisha vifo hasa hivi karibuni huko Iringa na Morogoro wakiwa hajachukuliwa hatua zozote!
     
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    Mwita Maranya JF-Expert Member

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    Hiyo ndiyo faida ya kuwa na katiba inayotokana na wananchi wenyewe. Hata raisi akilikoroga lazima alinywe papo hapo hakuna kusubiri atoke madarakani.

    Ingekuwa ni hapa kwetu zingepigwa siasa mwanzo mwisho na baadae polisi wanatoa statement ya kutokuwa na ushahidi wa kutosha kumfikisha mahakamani.
     
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    lukindo JF-Expert Member

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    more: Ni Naibu waziri wa mifugo
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    [h=1]Minister Godhana arrested over Tana clashes[/h]Livestock assistant minister Dhadho Godhana was picked up by police in Nairobi Wednesday.

    The Galole MP was arrested at the Panari Hotel on Mombasa road by Flying Squad officers and booked into custody at the Muthaiga Police Station.

    He is expected to be charged in court later Wednesday afternoon.



    Last week, Mr Godhana recorded a statement at the CID headquarters over allegations of his involvement in the Tana River killings that have claimed over 100 lives.

    Acting Internal Security minister Yusuf Haji ordered the police to investigate the Galole legislator over the killings and told Parliament that the violence was politically instigated.

    Mr Haji also accused the MP citing his refusal to attend a peace meeting called between the government and representatives of the Orma and Pokomo communities.


    Fanning violence



    Mr Godhana's arrest comes just hours after President Kibaki ordered that those fanning the violence should be apprehended.

    "These include those based in Nairobi, Tana River and other parts of the country plus those funding the skirmishes," said a statement from the Presidential Press Service.



    The President's directive came after a meeting with Coast MPs at his Harambee House office, Nairobi Wednesday.

    The MPs, under the Coast Parliamentary Group, expressed full support for the dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed by the government Monday.

    During the meeting, it was resolved that more security personnel be deployed to the Tana Delta as victims are provided with humanitarian support including food and non-food items, reconstruction of houses and restocking.

    The meeting also agreed on a government-brokered leaders' meeting, intensified peace and reconciliation initiatives and assistance of Lamu, Malindi and other hospitals to cope with the situation.

    The talks were attended by Defence minister Yusuf Haji and acting Head of Public Service Francis Kimemia among other senior government officials.
     
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    Kifarutz JF-Expert Member

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    Alijihusisha na mauaji kichwa kichwa, Nchimbi, JK, Mwema etc... walijipanga, nani amshikilie mwenzake?
     
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    makeda JF-Expert Member

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    Tz Kilio cha samaki
     
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    Mr Godhana’s arrest comes just hours after President Kibaki ordered that those fanning the violence should be apprehended.

    “These include those based in Nairobi, Tana River and other parts of the country plus those funding the skirmishes,” said a statement from the Presidential Press Service.









    The President’s directive came after a meeting with Coast MPs at his Harambee House office, Nairobi Wednesday.



    The MPs, under the Coast Parliamentary Group, expressed full support for the dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed by the government Monday.



    During the meeting, it was resolved that more security personnel be deployed to the Tana Delta as victims are provided with humanitarian support including food and non-food items, reconstruction of houses and restocking.



    The meeting also agreed on a government-brokered leaders' meeting, intensified peace and reconciliation initiatives and assistance of Lamu, Malindi and other hospitals to cope with the situation.



    The talks were attended by Defence minister Yusuf Haji and acting Head of Public Service Francis Kimemia among other senior government officials






    wanaokamatwa wanaohamasha vurugu! huku kwetu tunawaita M4C and they are un-touchable!
     
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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Kibaki sacks Godhana as assistant minister

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    Galole MP Dhadho Godhana who has been dismissed in connection to the Tana River clashes September 12, 2012. NATION MEDIA GROUP
    By PETER LEFTIE pmutibo@ke.nationmedia.com AND PPS
    Posted Wednesday, September 12 2012 at 21:30

    In Summary

    • Earlier in the day, Mr Godhana was picked up by police at Panari Hotel in Nairobi and held at Muthaiga Police Station.
    • He was charged with incitement to violence at a Nairobi court and later released on a Sh500,000 cash bail. The case set for hearing on October 2.
    • The arrest and prosecution happened as President Kibaki met Coast MPs at his Harambee House office over the clashes.

    President Kibaki has dismissed Galole MP Dhadho Godhana as Livestock assistant minister after he was arrested and charged with incitement to violence in Tana Delta.

    Earlier in the day, Mr Godhana was picked up by police at Panari Hotel in Nairobi and held at Muthaiga Police Station.

    He was charged with incitement to violence at a Nairobi court and later released on a Sh500,000 cash bail. The case is set for hearing on October 2.

    The arrest and prosecution happened as President Kibaki met Coast MPs at his Harambee House office over the clashes.

    Tempers flared at the meeting when Medical Services assistant minister Kazungu Kambi accused Internal Security minister Yusuf Haji and Mr Godhana of fuelling the revenge attacks that have claimed the lives of 42 villagers since Monday.

    Mr Haji is said to have responded angrily to the allegation, telling the meeting that he had actually gone out of his way to restrain the residents of his Ijara constituency, which neighbours the Tana Delta, from launching revenge attacks in the violence-torn area after one of their own was killed by Pokomo raiders.

    Mr Godhana, and Garsen MP Danson Mungatana, who was held up in Parliament moving a motion urging the government to deploy the military to the affected area, did not attend the meeting.

    The MPs, who were led by Mr Najib Balala (Mvita), asked the President to order the deployment of the military to quell the violence as the various police units had failed to restore peace.

    The proposal was, however, shot down with President Kibaki maintaining that only the General Service Unit (GSU) would be sent to the area.

    A statement from the Presidential Press Service (PPS) said that the MPs expressed their full support for the dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed by the government two days ago.

    More security personnel

    The meeting also resolved that more security personnel be sent to the area as the victims were provided with humanitarian support, including food and non-food items, reconstruction of houses and restocking.

    "The meeting also agreed on government facilitation of a leaders' meeting, intensified peace and reconciliation initiatives and assistance of Lamu, Malindi and other hospitals to cope with the current demands," the statement read.

    The President and the MPs also agreed that all political leaders suspected to be behind the violence be arrested and prosecuted.

    Speaking in Mombasa, Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka called for an end to the skirmishes. He said the government would act decisively on those fuelling the animosities.

    "The Tana River madness is hurting the good image of Kenya," he added. Mr Musyoka was speaking during the ongoing primary school head teachers' meeting.

    Kibaki sacks Godhana as assistant minister- Politics|nation.co.ke
     
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