Mungiki re-grouping?

Mungiki and its leadership feature prominently in one of the ICC cases (Kenyatta/Muthaura). Specifically, the trial will focus intensely on meetings that were or were not held between Mungiki and the Defendants, venues of the alleged meetings and what was discussed during those alleged meetings. And then there is the question of the involvement of Mungiki in perpetrating Post-Election Violence.

 

This interesting blog post by Jacob Rasmussen talks about the re-surgence of the movement, possible internal divisions and whether Mungiki has truly reformed since its heyday 5 years ago (before the brutal police crackdown and Maina Njenga’s epiphany).

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Following the Hague trials of 4 Kenyans to the end. A blog by Archie Nyarango

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