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Mutula stand on local tribunal remains

WANNABES
By | February 3rd 2012
Justice and constitutional affairs minister, Mutula Kilonzo still supports the formation of a local tribunal to prosecute other perpetrators of the 2008 post election violence. He is however concerned that the inefficiencies in the office of the director of public prosecutions, make the matter an uphill task. KTN’s Sophia Wanuna spoke with the justice minister and filed this report.
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