• mark

    I find it amazing that even a journalist has swallowed the fiction that Kenya is somehow on trial here and needs “a break” from the ICC. The nation of Kenya includes thousands of political victims and the very last thing they’re looking for is “a break.”
    Kenya is a broken vessel that needs to be put together again. You sir are a representative of one particular fragment of that vessel and should be thankful that the ICC wishes to re-unite you with all the other broken pieces.

    • moses moses

      Which broken piece do belong to? Heheee.

  • mark

    Apologies. I see you are a “political and communications consultant” not a journalist.

    • Qwani

      Well, the ICC is political !

      • mark

        Qwani I cannot agree with you that the ICC is political. What evidence is there to suggest that?

        • Qwani

          Ever heard of the NGO called iccwatch?? You will be surprised by the evidence they have !!

      • moses moses

        And what are u?

  • Qwani

    Uhuru’s visit to the hague court served no purpose whatsoever. What the ICC were doing was simply showboating.
    It is interesting that you noted Bensouda’s comment. She is too proud to admit defeat. Instead, she has now thrown the problem to the judges to make the decision for her.
    All the same, I will expect the judges to rule that the government is not cooperating and send the matter to the ASP. From there certain countries can make deals for contracts and resources in the region. It is in the interest of some countries to have the ICC cases hang over the current Kenyan administration for as long as possible.

  • kamau Njoroge

    its really tiring especially Parliament should not have sent this cases there in the 1st place. Can you stop this noise. We have other issues like next year i need to pay fees and i also need to be a millionaire so tell me how to about that. anything else to me is just noise.

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