The National Super Alliance (Nasa) has pledged to implement the Truth Justice and Reconciliation (TJRC) report if it wins the August 8 election.
Its leaders yesterday said implementing the 2,210-page report would contribute to healing and reconciliation. Nasa co-principal Musalia Mudavadi (pictured left) said Kenyans had right to demand implementation of the report.
“This report is a product of public demand and Kenyans paid for the research that gave birth to it. They should get value for money,” Mudavadi said when he received Mau Mau leaders who have pledged to support the coalition.
“We are joining Nasa because it has started a journey towards compensation of freedom fighters and other Kenyans who have suffered injustices,” said Joseph Ngacha Karani, the chairman of the Mau Mau Governing Council.