Jamleck calls for the arrest of ODM leaders
NAIROBI Metropolitan minister Jamleck Kamau has asked the International Criminal Court to use details contained Miguna Miguna's book on ODM leaders who funded the 2007-08 post-election violence to arrest those behind the skirmishes. Mbau said Miguna should hand the evidence he claims to have to the police. Praising Miguna for his candid revelations, Kamau said Miguna should record a statement with the police on what transpired during the post-election violence. He said this will help bring perpetrators of the violence to justice.
He said Miguna should name the people who planned the chaos. “I want to laud Miguna Miguna for his revelations and I also ask the ICC to use his evidence and have post-election violence perpetrators arrested,” he said. He was speaking in Kigumo constituency when he launched The National Alliance party yesterday. Kamau said Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and his co-accused are innocent.
He said the ICC should drop charges against four and arrest the people who planned the chaos that left more than 1,500 people dead and hundreds of thousands displaced. “Newly appointed ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda should conduct fresh investigations into the Kenyan case and have those who masterminded the chaos arrested immediately,” he said.
Kamau paid tribute to the late Environment minister John Michuki and said The Party of National Unity should support the Kangema TNA candidate. He said the best way to hounour Michuki, who strongly believed in Uhuru, is to ensure that a TNA candidate succeeds him in Kangema. “In the forthcoming Kangema by-election I call upon the people of Kangema to honour the late minister by electing a TNA candidate,” he said.