Malindi Tana River Clashes

This case seeks general and special damages for pain and suffering as well as constitutional and human rights violations during the Tana River clashes that occurred between 9th July, 2012 and 10th January, 2013. Other remedies include declarations on the failure of the state to protect lives and property, an order for compensation for the affected, and an order requiring that the Judicial Commission of Inquiry Report be made public. It further seeks an order for establishment of police stations within a radius of 20 kilometers or any other reasonable boundary under the current administrative boundary marks, reparation rights, and for the National Land Commission to carry out its mandate to deal with the historical land injustices. The matter was put forth for direction on 11th May, 2015 when the Court directed the National Land Commission and the Attorney General to file their replying papers within 30 days and 45 days respectively. Compliance will be confirmed on 21st July, 2015 and a subsequent hearing will occur on 3rd August, 2015.

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This case seeks general and special damages for pain and suffering as well as constitutional and human rights violations during the Tana River clashes that occurred between 9th July, 2012 and 10th January, 2013.

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