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Debate on who 'fixed' who should end

By Veronica Onjoro | April 19th 2016

ICC cases are over but leaders from the two political divides are going on with the blame game over who was responsible for 'fixing' who.

Let it not be forgotten it is such division that brought in the 2007 post-election violence.

Kenyans should be on the lookout to avoid the happenings again. All leaders should know their duty is to unite Kenyans and not dividing them.

Let all the victims of the violence, including those who died, maimed and displaced be adequately compensated.

The Government should honour its promise of giving justice to the victims.

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