Top leaders, activists mourn the fallen activist Caroline Mwatha

Kenyan Leaders and fellow activists have joined in to mourn the death of the fallen activist Caroline Mwatha.

Caroline Mwatha was a founder member and case worker with Dandora Community Social Justice Centre, which has been documenting, lobbying and calling for police professionalism, public accountability and an end to extra judicial killings.

The body of Ms. Mwatha was found at City Mortuary in Nairobi on Tuesday afternoon days after she was reported missing. Sources reveal that the woman’s body was booked at the morgue by a private citizen.

Some of the Activists who have joined Kenyans in mourning her include Boniface Mwangi and female activist Sheaffer  Okore.

Other leaders  who have reacted to her mysterious death are Embakasi East MP Babu Owino who has said that he will make sure that her death shall not be in vain.

Have a look at the messages


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CAROLINE MWATHA’S DEATH MUST NOT BE IN VAIN! It has been made public that Caroline Mwatha has been found dead bringing a grim end to a one week search for the Dandora Human Rights Activist. I wish to take this opportunity to offer my profound condolences to the husband of the departed and her entire family. I cannot begin to imagine the pain and anguish they must be going through right now. We will walk this difficult journey with you and ensure Caroline is laid to rest in dignity. I wish to assure the entire civil society fraternity that her death shall not be in vain. I will work tirelessly and knock on every door possible, to ensure that those responsible for this heinous crime are held to account. And if those doors are not opened when we knock, we will break them down! The culture of convenient disappearance of voices that make the status quo uncomfortable must come to an end! May God rest Caroline’s soul in eternal peace! Comrade Babu Owino, MP, Embakasi East and Leader, Youth For Africa Movement.

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