Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS) Kithure Kindiki promised a transparent process when he arrived in Kilifi County to oversee a postmortem exercise of the Shakahola cult victims.

The government intends to conduct a postmortem examination of 110 bodies so far recovered from the Shakahola forest.

Speaking while addressing journalists, Kindiki said the postmortem exercise will unravel claims of organ harvest on Shakahola cult victims.

The Interior CS assured Kenyans that the country and the world will know if there was indeed organ harvest on the victims of the Shakahola cult in Kilifi.

“If any of our people have their organs missing we will tell the world. There is nothing we are hiding. That is the truth,” Kindiki said.

“We will find out why the organs are missing, who took them, and where they were taken,” he added.

Kindiki also assured Kenyans that a Commission of Inquiry will be formed to make sure no stone is left unturned in getting to the bottom of the Shakahola deaths.

“Other than establishing how these circumstances came into place, the commission will investigate, inquire and make recommendations on action that must be taken on any public officer who aided Mackenzie,” Kindiki said.

While condoling with the families who lost their loved ones in the Shakahola massacre, Kindiki stressed that no such kind of deaths will be witnessed in Kenya again.

“Nothing of this nature will ever happen in our country again. Never again will we have the nature of these horrendous crimes on our soil,” he said.


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