Kuria tells Odinga, Nyong’o, Karua to bring it on over ICC

September 22, 2015 3:52 pm
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According to Kuria, Odinga and Nyong’o urged the UN Security Council (UNSC) to deny Kenya a deferral of the two cases/MIKE KARIUKI
According to Kuria, Odinga and Nyong’o urged the UN Security Council (UNSC) to deny Kenya a deferral of the two cases/MIKE KARIUKI
NAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 22 – Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria on Tuesday tabled a letter allegedly proving that former Prime Minister Raila Odinga fixed Deputy President William Ruto at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

The letter purportedly signed by Senator Anyang Nyong’o was addressed to the President and members of the UN Security Council in March 2011 urging the ICC to investigate six Kenyans in relation to the 2008 Post Election Violence in Kenya.

“The people who he was accusing of trying to obstruct the course of justice included William Ruto and Joshua arap Sang, so he cannot change the story today,” Kuria claimed.

The controversial and outspoken legislator dared Odinga and Nyong’o to move to court if they disagreed that they had asked ICC to investigate six Kenyans including Ruto and ensure that the two cases would not be handed over to Kenya to investigate.

ICC started investigations against Ruto, Sang and former Industrialisation Minister Henry Kosgei – whose case was dropped in Kenya case one.

The second case involved President Uhuru Kenyatta, former Head of Civil Service Francis Muthaura and former Police Commissioner Hussein Ali.

Charges against all the three were dropped bringing to an end Kenya case two.

According to Kuria, Odinga and Nyong’o urged the UN Security Council (UNSC) to deny Kenya a deferral of the two cases.

He said, they even used “not just one, not just two, not just three reasons” but 16 reasons explaining the UNSC President and Member States on the dangers of the ICC allowing Kenya to take up the two cases.

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