Kenyans and other officials have reacted differently to the ICC's bombshell discovery that Deputy President William Ruto was involved in witness tampering in a case against him and radio journalist Joshua Arap Sang. The prosecution team's fresh evidence reveals that if the ICC prosecutor builds the case, the DP and the court will have to go toe-to-toe and fight it out.
Deputy President William Ruto’s ICC Case against his Lawyer Paul Gicheru on Thursday revealed damning details concerning the case. The ongoing case against Gicheru who was among DP Ruto’s lead counsel at the International criminal court (ICC) brought evidence showing how Witnesses against Ruto were bribed.
Should anybody be worried about the ICC matter? This is one of the biggest question that the hustler spokesman Dennis Itumbi has addressed. On his response to this, he say that worry not, the ICC matter is only a big thing to newspapers and to such offshoots.
Deputy President William Ruto has found himself between a rock and a hard place after International Criminal Court(ICC) laid fresh claims on the DP. According to latest reports on the UDA party leader, the court in a document has laid claim that the Deputy President interfered with witnesses something that sabotaged ICC's investigations on the case.
Makau Mutua, a Kenyan law professor based in the United States who is linked with Raila Odinga, has said that DP Ruto's current ICC issues were staged and that he doubts the ICC under Karim Khan would charge him again. Makau Mutua advised DP Ruto's followers that they should attempt another strategy since Karim Khan, who was formerly Ruto's defense counsel, cannot anyway prosecute his former client.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) had implicated the deputy President William Samoei Ruto into the witness interference scheme involving his cases at the Hague and he was also accused of corrupting the witnesses. This was the first time the deputy President William Ruto is being named directly into the witnesses interference schemes that saw his ICC case be kicked out.
According to his statement at Kinango Town, Kinango Constituency, Kwale County, for the dedication and launch of the Duruma full Bible, the deputy president William Samoei Ruto stated that some of the government agents and deep state are planning to do away with him by using the ICC case to cut him down to size ahead of the 2022 polls.
The current kitui governor Charity Kaluki Ngilu has finally said why she was fired from the ministry of lands where she was the cabinet secretary. Ngilu had initiated major reforms in the lands ministry before she was kicked out for what she termed as powerful forces that were in the lands ministry.
" Nothing To Worry About The ICC Matter" Dp Ruto's Ally Break His Silence Explaining What's Going On
The Former Statehouse Controller Dennis Itumbi has sent a sign of Relief after he broke his silence over the Thursday's Newspaper headlines which cited that the Deputy President William Ruto faces being jailed at the International Criminal Court, if found guilty after new evidence against him was presented in Court.
Dr William Samoe Ruto, the current deputy president of the republic of Kenya was among the seven Kenyans who were taken to the ICC by the Kenyan government over the allegations that they were involved in the 2007-2008 post election violence in the country. However, Dr William Ruto together with his colleagues got a relieve back in the year 2016 after the ICC's ruling that there were no enough evidence to prosecute them.
Lawyer Paul Gicheru's case has taken a new twist after details emerged revealing what awaits witnesses at the International Criminal Court. This is after details cite that it will be hard for the Hague based criminal court to follow witnesses who cannot speak in English or Swahili.
The ICC's bombshell today that Deputy President William Ruto was involved in the witness tampering in a case against him and radio journalist Joshua Arap Sang, continues to elicit mixed reactions among Kenyans and other leaders. The new evidences as presented by the prosecution team, reveals that should the ICC prosecution team proves the case,the DP and the court will have to battle out.
The ICC Court is an International Court mandated with the responsibilities of investigating and trying individuals charged with the gravest crimes of concern to the international community: genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and the crime of aggression. The Court is participating in a global fight to end impunity, and through international criminal justice, the Court aims to hold those responsible accountable for their crimes and to help prevent these crimes from happening again.
Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has given his statement on the accusations by the International Criminal Court that Deputy President William Ruto corrupted his case. The lawyer said that the ICC was treating the two cases involving President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto individually and therefore the basis on which the two cases were dismissed were totally different.
Before William Ruto joined hands with Uhuru Kenyatta and ended up winning the presidential race in the 2013 general election, they passed through a rough period of time at the ICC. They were in danger of being sentenced to long jail terms but they overcame that situation and now as the country heads to the 2022 poll, trouble seems to be knocking on Ruto's door.
Lawyer Paul Gicheru's trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) has taken a new twist. This after the prosecution gave evidence showing that Deputy President (DP) Ruto was involved in witness bribery scheme that paralyzed the case against him and radio presenter Joshua Arap Sang.
The case involving controversial lawyer Paul Gicheru has taken a new twist after the name of the deputy president William Ruto was for the first time mentioned as directly being involved in witness interruption. In new submissions made by the deputy prosecutor James Stewart, it has been quoted that "the witness interference was done in benefit and in coordination with William Samoei Ruto."
It is becoming more tougher for Deputy President William Ruto to withstand the pressure being put on him in the recent days as he continues with his campaigns to popularise his Presidential bid. The issue of CJ Koome involving herself in the 2022 polls is concerning, but the awakening ICC case is becoming more threatening than it was previously expected.
ICC Implicates DP William Ruto In Witness Interference. The International Criminal Court (ICC) has implicated the deputy President William Samoei Ruto into the witness intefearance scheme involving his cases at the Hague and he's also accused of corrupting the witnesses. This is the first time the deputy President William Ruto is being named directly into the witnesses interference schemes that saw his ICC case be kicked out.
DP William Ruto Risks 5 Years Imprisonment For Allegedly Interfering With ICC Witnesses. Thursday, 25th November 2021, Nairobi Kenya. The deputy President William Samoei Ruto now risks being imprisoned for 5 years by the International Criminal Court (ICC) after it emerged that he allegedly coordinated witness intefearance and he also corrupted his case at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague and this saw his case bring cancelled.