He promised that the government would not leave any citizens in the forest, dead or alive.
So far, the teams have managed to save 95 people who could have died in the forest. Some are still recuperating in hospitals, and some have been reunited with their families.
“Our investigations team has assured us that we have a watertight case against Mackenzie and his collaborators who are in custody. We have evidence that is sufficient to prove charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
“This is a case like no other, and we can not afford to lose it. This case against Mackenzie must be won, the perpetrators must be convicted," he vowed.
CS Kindiki said that the government would convert Shakahola forest, into a national memorial in remembrance so that Kenyans and the world do not forget what happened here.
He added that once the security operation is concluded, the government shall call a congregation of all believers from all faiths and the national leadership for a commemoration service.
CS Kindiki also said that police officers have discovered that Mackenzie may have extended his criminal activities beyond 800 acres.
The multi-agency team is concentrating on more than 37,000 acres, and that is why in every 100 acres, there will be a security road to facilitate thorough, methodical, and scientific investigation and evidence gathering.