Haki Yetu continues to condole with the bereaved and the survivors and loved ones of the Shakahola Massacre. Read More
The Buxton Housing project does not and will not address the housing crisis in Mombasa County. Read More
The attention of Haki Yetu Organization has been drawn to the public outcry following the decision of the former County government of Mombasa in constructing toilets on a public cemetery as part of corporate social responsibility for the world bank project of upgrading fresh water supply through Mombasa Water Supply and Sanitation Company (MOWASCO). Read More
Haki Yetu Organisation is joining the world in commemorating World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) which is held each year on 15 June to highlight one of the worst manifestations of ageism and inequality in our society, elder abuse. Elder abuse is any act which causes harm to an older person and is carried out by someone they know and trust such as a family member or friend.The day was officially recognised by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution 66/127, December 2011, following a request by the International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA), who first established the commemoration in June 2006. It represents the one day in the year when the whole world voices its opposition to the abuse and suffering inflicted to some of our older generations. Read More
Haki Yetu, Inform-Action and the Angaza Movement in general joins the rest of the country in mourning the death of the third president of the Republic, HE Mwai Kibaki. While his failures are well documented, the late president has in many ways performed better than his predecessors and successor. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Read More
Haki Yetu Organization wishes to express its outrage and condemnation at the frequent incidences of violence witnessed in Mombasa, involving supporters of two gubernatorial aspirants namely Suleiman Shabhal and Abdulswamad Sharrif Nassir. Read More
On Sunday, January 30, 2022, an individual who identified himself as a police officer working at the Coast regional commander’s office, by the name Njiru, summoned Khelef Khalifa to the Coast Police headquarters.
We the religious leaders from Lamu County have congregated here today to address the events that have been experienced in the county in the past one month. We express our condolences and deepest sympathies to the victims and families of the recent violent and reckless attacks. We wish to express our solidarity too with the families and communities that were forced to leave their homesteads and take refuge as IDPs in schools and community centers. The violence, terror and displacement must be addressed and ended as a matter of urgency and so we make our desperate pleas to the following groups: