Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to oversee the implementation of the Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission (TJRC) and Ndungu report.
While appearing as a panelist on NTV’s AM Live, Khalwale said that the implementation of the two reports is one of the best ways to deal with any form of historical land injustices millions of Kenyans have suffered since the county gained independence.
The politician, who decamped from Ford Kenya to Jubilee, said that the President has not shown interest in the implementation yet it will benefit the entire nation if adopted.
Khalwale noted that cases of the arrest of Kenyans such as Nandi Governor Stephen Arap Sang will be a thing of the past if the reports are implemented.
He further said that the fight against claims such as land grabbing should not be ignored by all means.
“The government should act on the TJRC and the Ndungu reports, then we won't see things like what happened with Governor Sang,"he said.
Sang was arrested by sleuths from the office of the Director of Criminal Investigation (DCI) after destroying at least 2500 mature tea bushes at the Kibwari tea estate in Nandi hills.
He spent the Monday night in police cell before he was granted sh.1 million bond pending investigations into the matter.