By Antony Gitonga
Tobiko noted that the initiative by MP Gitobu Imanyara should be given due consideration as a way of addressing the over 5,000 pending PEV cases.
"The work of the multi-agency taskforce appointed to evaluate PEV cases would fit well into the proposed initiative," said Tobiko.
He expressed concern that the recently appointed taskforce was already experiencing handicaps.
He however defended it, saying that all PEV cases would be thoroughly and professionally investigated and culprits brought to book.
Tobiko was speaking at Enashipai Hotel, Naivasha, during a sensitisation workshop for prosecutors on international criminal justice, terrorism and organised crimes.
Rwanda Prosecutor General Martin Ngoga revisited the countries genocide, saying they had made strides in the cases.
He told his Kenyan counterpart that prosecution was not the only solution in addressing the violence that left over 1,000 dead.
"The solution to Kenyaâs violence lies here at home and should involve all communities," said Ngoga.
Ms Jemima Njeri from Institute of Security Studies noted that the workshop came at the right time.
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