Lawyer Paul Githeru's Case has taken a new twist after details emerged revealing what awaits witnesses at the International Criminal Court. This is after details that it will be hard for the Hague based criminal court to follow witnesses who are not able to speak in English or Swahili. This was indicated by both procecution and defense at ICC.
The registry at ICC says that it will not be possible to get translation for other languages. The witnesses are expected to give testimony in English or Swahili. The ICC says it will only provide translation to these two Kenyans National language. However it will be different for the ICC to provide translation for the other languages spoken in Kenya.
Lawyer Paul Githeru who is facing charges for the allegedly interfering with the witnesses in DP Ruto's case is expected to attend the conference which is set for 24th September. He was granted request by Judge Maitta Maria Samba to attend virtually.
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