Kenyan government starts returning people displaced by violence to their homes and land–many still fearful for their safetyby Jeffrey Gettleman
MOLO, Kenya — The bus was full. Expectant faces pressed against the windows. Soldiers stood guard with their guns.
It was time to go home.
“I’m ready,” said Dominick Ngigi, an 80-year-old farmer, stoically clutching a plastic bag with no more in it than a sweater and a flashlight.