Tag Archives: ICC

William Ruto and Wife Stranded in Germany

8 Sep

Deputy President William Ruto and wife got stranded in Germany over the weekend after his train to cologne was cancelled.

Ruto has been attending his trial at the ICC, His trial is on a break, and he took this opportunity to go sightseeing around Europe. Without the huge security detail, he was able to walk around like anyone else.

As night approached he and his wife had to look for a lodging but were saved by Kenya’s Ambassador to Germany Ken Osinde who booked them on a flight out of Cologne.

Ruto posted some photos on his Facebook page.

 

Coffee at a Petrol Station

Just hanging.

Train cancelled. What to do next?

Queuing for a flight ticket.

At the Brandenburg Gate

-Nairobi Wire.

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Uhuru Kenyatta taking the stand.

15 Sep

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Uhuru Kenyatta is taking the stand. He will be taking stand to defend himself of five crimes against humanity, like the other two suspect, Hussein Ali and Francis Muthaura.

This is an attempted by the Uhuru and his team to poke holes in Ocampo’s case. The move is within Uhuru’s rights and the succes of this would depend on what he hopes to say.

Expects feel that since Uhuru is on trial, as a witness he will be able to clear his name. They are also warning that the move could be the whole undoing, as a slip of tounge could send the case to trial.

Face-off Time! Ruto, Sang and Kosgey Face Ocampo.

1 Sep

William Ruto, Henry Kosgey and Joshua arap Sang are today set to face charges put against the by Ocampo after ICC rejected the government’s appeal.

Charges placed against them include rape, torture, forced evictions and murder of 1,300 people in the 2007-2008 post election violence.

The suspects are being tried in two cases with the other three – Uhuru Kenyatta, Francis Muthaura and Mohammed Hussein Ali set to appear on September 21.

This the confirmation and if any is found with a case to answer it will then proceed to the Trial stage.

I hope the truth and justice prevail and the guilty be put to account for their actions.