Earlier this year, the veteran Kenyan lawyer, Mr Paul Gicheru surrendered to the ICC after a long search. Mr Gicheru decided to make this move so as to clear his name from the books of ICC. This is because he was named to be one of the key individuals who were involved in the interference of DP Ruto's case together with Mr Josua arap Sang. After his move, the ICC kicked off the case where they started doing investigations.
Now, it seems that things are turning more ugly for Gicheru on his pending case. This comes in after reports emerged on the bold move that the ICC have made today which might tighten his case. As reported by the Nation Africa, the ICC has decided to transfer some evidence in the DP Ruto's collapsed case to the lawyer.
This means that apart from the evidence that has already been collected by the ICC, the ICC will now be using some evidences on DP Ruto's collapsed case against Mr Gicheru. This will not be an easy thing for Gicheru as the tables might end up turning against him on his case.
"The International Criminal Court (ICC) has allowed prosecutors to transfer some of the evidence in the collapsed case against Deputy President William Ruto and journalist Joshua Sang to lawyer Paul Gicheru’s case record," said The Nation Africa.
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