Before the results of the presidential election were announced, politicians in the Kwanzaa camp of Kenyan President William Ruto claimed there was increased pressure on the government to look into what occurred in Bomas, Kenya.
The deputy chairman of the KDF, General Ogolla, and top members of the National Security Advisory Committee may accompany the former head of state, according to a weekly review by Nation Media Group.
The sole government representative who is capable of dispatching a sizeable delegation to Boma in Kenya is Uhuru, who also serves as the primary contact for the frog bed to inquire about events in Bomas.
However, attorney general Justin Muturi has warned that such a plan to drag Uhuru Kenyatta to the court must be approached with caution.
He says that dragging him to the dock to answer to the charges may be interpreted as a plan by president William Ruto to target his predecessor.
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