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Friday, August 10, 2007

Do You Want To Help Expose Tom Mboya's Real Killers?

I must admit that I went through the same path of discovery that Lucas went through discovering about this great man, Joseph Odhiambo Thomas Mboya. I was a five years 6 months and 6 days old youngster living in Kakamega when he was gunned down. My father was at the Kisumu show when news of Mboya's shooting in Nairobi came through and a policeman colleague who happened to be a Luo cruelly quipped to him; "That was long overdue." Meaning that he had been a hunted man for a long time.

Today I launch a campaign to generate support from Kenyans to demand that the government opens an investigation into the manner in which the issue of Tom Mboya's murder was handled and to reveal to Kenyans the identity of "the big man" mentioned in the trial of Nahashon Njenga, the man said to have pulled the trigger on the gun that felled Mboya.

The president himself knows a lot because although he had nothing to do with the murder he was a member of the cabinet and in the faction that was against Tom Mboya and must therefore be privy to a lot of information.

My campaign is simply titled "Kenyans Want To Know Who Ordered Tom Mboya's Assassination."

Visit the campaign page and leave a comment now;

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The process of exposing TJOM's murderer must necessarily commence with the identification of Charles Mugane Njonjo, Attorney General at the material time,as the demonstrably significant force behind the cover-up, wilful obfuscation and grand obscurantism perpetuated by the police,prosecution and other law enforcement organs subsequent to the arrest of the Mr N. Njenga.

There is no doubt that great effort and resources were deployed by Mr Njonjo to protect the identity of the "Big Man".

Thus, it is abundantly and self-evidently reasonable to deduce that either Mr Njonjo was, in fact, the "Big Man" at issue, or, at the very least, unquestionably knows the identity of the worthy.

M. Kiwanuka, (UK)


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