ALAN WADI CASE: An Injustice to one Citizen is Injustice to all Citizens
By Justus Atuti
Alan Wadi is not an AlShabaab. Alan Wadi is not a highway robber. Alan Wadi is not an ICC suspect judged with crime against humanity like Uhuru and Ruto who are pretending to be holier than thee.
Using our national resources to run after an innocent Kenyan merely expressing his frustration on the mismanagement of our nation is stupidity at its best.
That Alan Wadi was followed to Uganda with one command, “TO ASSASSINATE AND CONCEAL EVIDENCE IN THE UGANDAN SOIL” is unfortunate of a government whose performance is below zero, yet whose sole responsibility is to protect lives of Kenyans.
On this one, Nkaisery needs to come clean. Ole Kaparo needs to come clean. The Attorney General, if still in office, the office he is purporting to serve Kenyans, needs to clear the air. Statehouse needs to come clean on their discomfort with the young Wadi.they should all know these are offices paid for and held on behalf of Kenyans where Wadi is one of them.
Why has the same government not used the same resources to follow corruption cases in our motherland which run to billions impoverishing our people? Why has the same law not caught up with land grabbers led by William SAMOEI Ruto? Why has the same law and resources not been rushed to go after the more than 500000 acres of land belonging to our motherland that’s illegally held by the Kenyatta family? Why has the same law not vindicated Kuria and itumbi, the champions of nepotism, tribalism and hate? Why has the same selective justice not been applied to the entire Uhuru Kenyatta community, insulting Kenyans, especially the Raila Odinga Community with names after names?
There was not only injustice and wastage in following after Wadi, there was also injustice and a breach of our law in forcing him to admit to a crime the same authority fabricated. There was a breach of our law in passing an unnecessary harsh verdict on an innocent Kenyan in his land exercising his democratic rights.
There is a breach of our law in denying Wadi accessibility to a free state lawyer and therefore compromising his right to presentation. There is a breach of the constitution in denying him his rights to be visited by friends and family, even as a prisoner, and a deliberate move ” FROM ABOVE” to deny the young man accessibility to the outside world.
An injustice to one Kenyan is an injustice to all Kenyans.
WE DEMAND THE UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALAN WADI NOW WITHOUT DELAY, FOLLOWED WITH AN APOLOGY “FROM THE SAME ABOVE” and a compensation for the uncalled for torture and an eventual punishment to whoever was involved in this, including the dismissal of the careless tribal judge who erroneously and intentionally passed this verdict, maybe because Wadi comes from a wrong community of the divide.