Full List of The 32 Politicians Mentioned in The TJRC Report

May 23, 2013

This is the list of the most notable persons TJRC has recommended either they be investigated or prosecuted. 
Leading is President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.

1. President Uhuru Kenyatta  –  Incitement during the Post election violence(PEV)

2. William Ruto  Land Grabbing and PEV

3. Kalonzo Musyoka lLand grabbing

4. Daniel Arap MoiLand grabbing, political assassinations

5. Mwai KibakiLand grabbing, political assassination and PEV

6. Elizabeth OngoroIncitement during the PEV

7. Najib BalalaIncitement  during the PEV

8. Francis Nyenze Land grabbing

9. Beth Mugo Land grabbing

10. Mary Wambui – Incitement during PEV in Central

11. G G Kariuki – Wagalla massacre

12. Joseph Nkaisery Financed militia in operation Nyundo

13. Bethwel Kiplagat Wagalla massacre and land grabbing

14. William Ole Ntimama – Incitement to violence in Narrok Rift Valley

15. Joshua Kuttuny – Incitement during the PEV in Cherangany

16. Franklyne Bett – Incitement during the PEV

17. Sally Kosgei – Incitement

18. Henry Kosgei – Incitement

19. Stanly Githunguri – Incitement

20. Ramadhan Kajembe – Incitement

21. Nicholas Biwott – Land grabbing, political assassinations and incitement

22. Noah Wekesa – Incitement in Bungoma, and Trans Nzoia

23. Chris Obure – Incitement

24. Julius Sunkuli – Incitement

25. Norman Nyaga – Murder of the late Chrispin Ojiambo Mbai

26. Kalembe Ndile –Land grabbing

27. Omondi Anyanga – Incitement in Nyatike

28. Micah Cheserem – Land grabbing

29. Fred Kapondi – Financing SLDF militia in Mt. Elgon

30. John Serut – Incitement

31. Grace Kaindi Gave shoot to kill order during the PEV

32. David Mwiraria – Wagalla massacre

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