Christopher Koech, one of the witnesses who were supposed to testify in the International Criminal Court (ICC) in relation to the 2007/2008 post election violence is dead.
According to reports, Christopher who taught a primary school in Kakamega County died in Kakamega County Referral Hospital where he was receiving treatment after allegedly being poisoned.
It was reported that the teacher went to school in Saturday, July 16, and stayed for about an hour before leaving for unknown destination on his motorbike.
Christopher was later discovered lying by the roadside near his motorbike with foam coming out of his mouth while sweating profusely.
Details emerged that he was once under witness protection and even ran for safer to a neighbouring country.
The witnesses was supposed to travel to the Hague-based court to testify on the ongoing case against lawyer Paul Gicheru who is being charged for allegedly bribing of witnesses in Deputy President William Ruto's ICC case leading to its termination.
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