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Kihara: Thank God I’m not in the list

By | December 16th 2010

By Anthony Gitonga

Former Naivasha MP Jayne Kihara has told of her joy after the names of six post-election violence suspects were released at The Hague. She said she has been in turmoil for the past three years.

"This is a big relief for me and my family. Our lives have been in a mess since people started linking me with the violence," said Mrs Kihara.

"That burden has been too heavy for me and many were times when I had sleepless nights pondering what would happen to me," she said.

Kihara said she was happy Moreno-Ocampo had exonerated her from blame. The Waki Commission had listed her among possible suspects.

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