Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : TJRC

TJRC Gets Three Months to Bring Curtains

The Star, Pg 10
Friday, 08 Jun 2012

MPs have extended the tenure of the TJRC by three more months to complete its work and hand over its report to the president. The lawmakers unanimously passed the Mischellaneous Amendment Bill 2012 which among other things sought

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TJRC Report must Foster our Unity

The Star, Pg 27
Tuesday, 05 Jun 2012

John Harrison Ndeta says the TJRC has an important role in fostering harmony in the country. Its report should be handled with high importance. If this is attained, reconciliation is going to be a major tool for political, economi

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Truth Commission Now at Mercy of Parliament

The Star, Pg 6
Tuesday, 08 May 2012

TJRC is living in office illegally after its term expired without parliament renewing it. The commission was supposed to handover its report to parliament last week on Thursday but it is yet to complete it. It wants parliament to

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TJRC Seeks Three more Months to Wind up its Work

The Star, Pg 20
Thursday, 19 Apr 2012

The TJRC has requested parliament to give its three more months to enable it compile a credible final report. The commission said the period will enable it analyse and compile the report of its findings and emphasized it cannot be

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Commissioners Welcome Kiplagat Back to TJRC

The Standard, Pg 5
Thursday, 12 Apr 2012

TJRC commissioners have welcomed Amb. Kiplagat to the commission. This is after Justice Minister Eugene Wamalwa brokered a deal that will see the commissioners work together to complete the process. The commission has started writ

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Truth Team Starts Work on its Report

Daily Nation, Pg 9
Friday, 06 Apr 2012

The TJRC has started compiling its final report after concluding public hearings. The commission has been collecting views from Kenyans for the past three years on historicl injustices with the aim of creating reconciliation and h

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Kiplagat Pledges to Work with Commissioners, Civil Society

The Standard, Pg 10
Monday, 26 Mar 2012

Bethwel Kiplagat has said he is ready to work with fellow TJRC commissioners and the civil society after being cleared by the court. He said the commissioners and the civil society should respect the decision of the court and join

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Compensate Us, Say Ex-Air Force Soldiers

The Star, Pg 5
Thursday, 22 Mar 2012

Former military officers accused of taking part in the 1982 coup attempt want to be compensated for their unlawful dismissal from the Air Force. Major Josephat Irungu who represented them said close to 1500 soldiers were dismissed

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