Human rights lobby Haki Africa has called for a disclosure of DNA results of samples taken from the families of six people who were found dead at Tsavo East National park.
The six bodies were found barely three months ago under pathetic state.
The bodies were tied on the legs and hands, showed signs the victims were strangled and some burnt by acid.
Haki Africa Executive director Hussein Khalid said despite the DNA conducted on over 30 families three months ago, no results have been made public yet.
He said families of the victims of torture are now being threatened to stop pursuing justice.
Mr. Hussein noted the families who believe their kin were in the ‘Tsavo six’ are living in fear after unknown people started pursuing them warning of grave repercussions if they will not relent.
“We need these results so that these families can know about their kin and proceed with seeking justice as well as burial,” noted Khalid.
The human rights activist revealed that no tangible progress have been made after the process at City mortuary.
“We have been pressing out for constitution of a public inquiry to end this agony, however there is nothing being done,” he said.
He urged the government to end extra judicial killings in the country and especially at the Coast.
Khalid noted that despite the cry from locals and activists from the region, the government has remained mum over the matter.
“We should constitute a public inquiry over this issue, we have experienced a lot of pain, despair and psychological torture,” he added.
His sentiments were fully backed by the Organisation’s Rapid response Officer Mathias Hezron Shipetta who revealed that the situation at the Coast was worrying.
“Who will end gross human rights violation and reckless killing in the country?” posed Shipetta.