HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE

GATHARA: Kenya's insensitivity on Wanjiru's murder reflection of colonial attitude

Attempt to cover up Wanjiru case potent reminder those behind colonial atrocities yet to be held to account

In Summary

• While the fresh probe is welcome, it must be stressed that the prospects for justice are not as clear cut as one may presume.

• Kenya has a terrible record of delivering justice to foreigners who commit abuses against its own citizens.

The killing of Agnes Wanjiru allegedly by a British soldier in 2012 is once again back in the news.

The body of the 21-year-old sex-worker and mother of one was found dumped in a septic tank ...

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