Commissioning of Mosiro Community Water Project.





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Uploaded on Dec 19, 2010

Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka has appealed to Kenyans to exercise restrain and uphold peace and unity despite the recent naming of suspects of post election violence by the International Criminal Court.

Mr. Musyoka stressed that an individual is deemed innocent until proved guilty in a court of law and assured that the government will ensure those named are accorded fair hearing and justice done.

"Though we are concerned about the plight of victims of post election violence, as a government we should also ensure the rule of natural justices followed to the latter while trying the suspects named," he noted.

The Vice President made the remarks today at Ongata Naado in Ntulele, Narok country, where he commissioned a multimillion Mosiro community water project.

Mr. Musyoka maintained that Kenya is a sovereign state and is able to address her own affairs without necessarily seeking foreign assistance.

He said that the naming of the six suspects should not disrupt Kenya's pursuit for national healing, peace and reconciliation.

The Vice President thanked the sponsors of the project, noting that it would go a long way in reducing the distance people in the area travel to access clean water.

Prof. Meitamei Ole Dapash who initiated the project and mobilized sponsors said the Ksh. 10million project will serve five villages and will soon be extended to reach even larger population.

He said the project was sponsored by the rotary clubs in Arizona IN United States of America, Rotary club International and Operation Eyesight.


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