Slow recovery from the ashes of a violent past

In Uasin Gishu, which suffered some of the worst violence in the 2008 post-election chaos, many people are struggling to move on with their lives. But with another election looming and the fate of the Ocampo Six yet to be determined, no one is certain what the future will bring.

Tuesday April 5 2011

The shells of burned out buildings and the make-shift timber houses built for victims of post-election violence are still a common sight in Uasin Gishu county. Photo/JARED NYATAYA

The shells of burned out buildings and the make-shift timber houses built for victims of post-election violence are still a common sight in Uasin Gishu county. Photo/JARED NYATAYA  

By EMMAN OMARI