Raila Odinga on Wikileaks report
ODM leader Raila Odinga. FILE

Wikileaks reports what transpired in 2007/2008 general elections. The elections that installed ODM leader Raila Odinga as the Prime Minister while Deputy President William Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta were among the six culprits to be taken to ICC.

According to WikiLeaks reports, ODM in 2007 elections received Sh. 154 million from the Republican party of USA to cause chaos hence overthrowing the then contended president Mwai Kibaki.

 Wikileaks also leaked the full E.U report by observers detailing how Kenya bungled the 2007 general election and the list of people who were involved.

Hon Martha Karua, Gitobu Imanyara and 5 other MPs were to be eliminated by the opposition in 2009 to disrupt the electoral process.

Wikileaks however, shows who owns Kenya with Kenyatta family leading.  The extended Kenyatta family alone owns an estimated 500,000 acres approximately the size of Nyanza.

The Kenyan Violence list of 2008 according to WikiLeaks has many of the current and favourite politicians, businessmen and youths in Kenya who are suppose to be role models/mentors.

According to WikiLeaks, in just 14 days, back in 2007, police shot and killed 454 people.

Wikileaks confirmed that even though DP Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta took part in the 2007-08 Post-Election Violence, but the real orchestrate was ODM leader Raila Odinga.

You can read all the WikiLeaks documents HERE

Wikileaks says the politicians monitored for possible assassination were Paul Muite, Ferdinand Waititu, GG Kariuki, Bonny Khalwale, Gitobu Imanyara, Karua and businesswoman Mary Wambui.

The letter claims police killed 1,869 Mungiki, and 631 suspected robbers. The man who wrote the letter says he killed more than 40 people himself. The police unit was the defunct Kwekwe Squad. He claims they were paid. KSH 25,000 every week in allowances.

The unit to carry out the assassinations was to be paid Ksh 150, 000 each.

In killing Mungiki, police deployed the same tactics the militia used. "we tie their necks, hands and legs and hang them on trees and even cars until they are dead ' says the letter.

The former head of Special crimes prevention unit Richard Katola features prominently. He died in 2015. The letter says at least a dozen police officers who conducted the killings died or disappeared.

There are detailed reports on Extra-Judicial killings, land ownership in Kenya and Raila Odinga's plan to take over power from Kibaki Post 2007.

Former Internal Security Minister George Saitoti was kept in the dark, 'but was used to issue parliamentary statements' Saitoti later died in a 'suspicious' helicopter crash in 2012.

At the time of this letter, police were dealing with the dreaded Mungiki sect and their benefactors. The letter says Kikuyu men were the main targets for killings but doesn't show whether the politicians were targeted for perceived Mungiki links or a separate motive.

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