Celebrated Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has dug deeper into the ongoing Kiambaa International Criminal Court case that transpired in 2007/2008 post-election violence providing more evidence to Kenyans.
Despite Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru Friday statements where he had informed that there is a need for justice for those Kiambaa victims who suffered diting the past post-election violence.
The popular Lawyer has taken to his social media a post providing evidence to Kenyans about the case touching Lawyer Paul Gicheru including the number of the court case.
Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has alleged that soon it shall be known who had sent Lawyer Paul Gicheru to compromise witnesses adding there is a need for Justice for those that suffered during the Kiambaa post-election violence.
"Now ICC comes calling. Lawyer GICHERU'S CASE confirmed for TRIAL. Soon we shall get to know who had sent him to COMPROMISE WITNESSES to defeat justice. The KIAMBAA KAG CHURCH VICTIMS blood shall not just be SOAKED by the soil. Someone must pay for it," Lawyer Ndegwa had said.
Providing evidence to Kenyans that Lawyer Paul Gicheru is not haunted unknowingly, Ndegwa Njiru has provided ICC Court case number ICC-01/09-01/20-152 disclosing that that is where Krnyand will find the whole truth about the Kiambaa Case.
"Check this case it will help u distinguish rumor from facts ICC-01/09-01/20-152. Prosecutor V Paul Gicheru," Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has said
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