According to Martha Karua, the biggest hindrance to implementing the recommendations of the Kroll report are foreign governments who are not willing to co-operate in recovering looted funds from foreign accounts.
Finance Minister Amos Kimunya says that the government has spent close to a billion on several initiatives aimed at curbing corruption and recovering looted funds of which commissioning the Kroll Associates investigations was just one.
Both cabinet ministers totally and quite deliberately missed the point.
The Kroll report on its' own is more than enough to act as the basis of prosecution against the Mois and their associates. And if Moi is "too heavy a stone to turn" then at least they should start with Joshua Kulei and Biwott. Just half the sources of information on the report are enough to assist in gathering enough evidence to get a successful prosecution.
Instead the government of national unity is hoping to convince the people of Kenya that although no big fish has been prosecuted, they have done enough and the problem is that their hands are tied because of the current constitution.
Ha, ha, ha, ha. Even a crocodile in the River Tana which swallows at the least excuse WILL NOT swallow that one.
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