Professor Mutahi Ngunyi has reacted through his official twitter page after ICC issued arrest warrant for president Putin. According to him the warrant arrest against president Putin is unnecessary and that African leaders should pronounce itself on the matter.
He further claimed that the ICC court is political court and that African must not remain silent.
The International Criminal Court had earlier issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin and one other person for war crimes in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin, is being accused of being responsible for war crimes committed in Ukraine.
The president of the ICC says judges have determined there are "credible allegations" for "the alleged crimes".
"To issue an ICC warrant of Arrest on Putin is an unnecessary act of aggression. It is hot AIR. But hot air also burns. Africa must pronounce itself on this because ICC is a court of politics". Said professor Mutahi Ngunyi.
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