Jubilee MPs are lurching on the Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence, known as theÂ Waki Report, which was recently admitted as evidence in the ongoing Deputy President William Ruto’s case, to rescue him from the ICC.
The MPs are set to hold a parliamentary group meeting this morning to discuss bringing a motion to debate the contents of the report with a view of altering them. The Report was tabled in parliament in 2008 but has never been debated.
“It is sad that up to now, people whose money was used in setting up the Waki commission do not even know the names of the 16 people who were in the Waki envelope. Waki will be accorded an opportunity to say what he knows. We don’t want Waki and his team to go to the grave with all these unresolved issues,” said Duale, leader of the Majority in the national assembly.
According to a motion already drafted by Ainamoi MP Hon. Chepkonga, the majority party wants a 15-member committee to investigate the activities of the Waki Commission in light with recent revelations by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria that certain elements in former President Kibaki’s party PNU fixed Deputy President William Samoei Ruto.