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IDPs want compensation process suspended

By ANTONY GITONGA | Updated Tue, July 18th 2017 at 00:00 GMT +3
Deputy President William Ruto (L) hands over a cheque to various integrated families as part of their compensation during a government function in Kihoto grounds in Naivasha. The government will use a total of Sh4.1B in two months in the final stage of compensating all integrated IDPs in the country. Pix By Antony Gitonga

Victims of the 2007-2008 post-election violence have claimed that some of the people being compensated were never affected by the clashes.

They now want the Government to suspend the ongoing compensation, demanding that the names of the beneficiaries be disclosed publicly.

Addressing the Press at Manera grounds in Naivasha, the group's secretary general Steve Omondi said an IDP committee formed to spearhead the process was betraying them.

[Antony Gitonga] 

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