GEMA members have both the RIGHT and DUTY to try to PREVENT INJUSTICE in the ICC case
Umauma Posted Mar 29, 2012 6:39 PM
GEMA members have the right to express themselves about this sensitive case that affects them very seriously and more than other groups. It should be remebered that the vast majority of the victims of the post election violence who suffered death, injury, displacement and loss of propterty and homes were GEMA members and by extension these victims' leaders including some of the ICC suspects were also victims of the PEV as most of the victims were their supporters. Those telling the truth and are well informed about what happened know that some of the ICC suspects have been VICTIMISED TWICE by the PEV the second time the perpetrator being the ICC - they are being made to suffer most unfairly ABD THE CASE AGAINST THEM is a clear traversty of justice which leaves millions of Kenyans who know the truth feeling deep bitterness which will make reconciliation very difficult if the case goes ahead. GEMA members HAVE NOT ONLY THE RIGHT BUT ALSO THE DUTY TO TRY TO PREVENT THIS TRAVERSTY OF JUSTICE OCCURING THROUGH THIS ICC CASE. So let GEMA go ahead and collect the signatures to support the petition to ICC and should not be discouraged by anyone. Even if ICC refuses to consider the Gema Petition the world will have heard their stand. KENYANS SHOULD NOTE THAT THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO COMMUNICATE TO THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IS THROUGH VISIBLE PUCLIC PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION or rather peaceful mass action and the collection and submission of the signatures will go some way. So GEMA go on go go, collect the millions of signatures as you said - AND YOU CAN BE SURE YOU WILL GET THEM EASILY- and submit them to the ICC and the UN - and remind GEMA members again that they have the right to associate and express themselves freely.