Ford Kenya has threatened to pull out from PNU over nominations in parliament. They feel they are being short changed by PNU.
It seems like the clashes in Molo were routine before the election, some Molo residents say that these clashes have been going on for the last two decades.
Thugs, and thieves have taken advantage of the situation in Kenya, to make some money.
The UN humanitarian chief repeated his call to continue assisting the displaced in Kenya.
Seven ODM and PNU MPs have accused the government of biased allocations of funds for victims of post election violence.
I find this sad if this is true, as unfair distribution of resources is one of the reasons why we find ourselves in this situation.
If it is true then the government is behaving in a way that it always has, but reassuring that some PNU MPs are not colluding with the system.
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