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November 15, 2018

NASA to implement TJRC report and reconcile Kenyans, Kalonzo tells Garissa

Kalonzo Musyoka addressing hundreds of NASA supporters at Garissa primary school playground on sunday.with him is governor Nathif Jama. /STEPHEN ASTARIKO
Kalonzo Musyoka addressing hundreds of NASA supporters at Garissa primary school playground on sunday.with him is governor Nathif Jama. /STEPHEN ASTARIKO

NASA yesterday promised to fully implement the Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission report if elected to office in next week’s polls.

Co-principal kalonzo Musyoka said this will ensure Northeastern residents get justice for the atroocities committed against them by past administrations.

He spoke during a rally at Garissa Primary School. 

Kalonzo (pictured) said the region has suffered many injustices, including the Wagall and Garissa Gubai massacres that left thousands of innocent people killed and others maimed.

“We have been consistent on matters and we remain committed to seeing the full implementation of the report. This is the only way Kenyans who have suffered, including the people of Northeastern, get justice,” he said.

Kalonzo was accompanied by Garissa Governor Nathif Jama, woman MP Shukran Gure and Garissa Township MP candidate Farah Maalim — all running on the Wiper ticket.

“The report will also give Kenyans the chance to heal and reconcile for a better nation,” he said.

Kalonzo urged Garissa residents to come out and vote in large numbers for NASA for real change.

He accused the Jubilee administration of gazzeting the curfew and zoning NASA strongholds into hospots, with the ultimate aim of rigging.

“This time round we will not allow Jubilee to steal our votes. Our supporters should remain vigilant,” the Wiper leader said, adding that NASA will set up industrial parks in each county.

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