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Vol 52 No 20

Published 7th October 2011


Uhuru looks back in anger

President Kibaki’s heir-apparent mulls his defence at the Hague while his allies ponder whether to hand him over in the event of a trial

Throughout September, Kenyans were glued to television screens as the International Criminal Court Prosecutor, Luis Moreno Ocampo, presided over the confirmation of the charges of crimes against humanity against some of the country’s most senior politicians. The first set of cases, concerning the post-election violence in the North Rift region, involved Kalenjin politicians William Samoei Ruto and Henry Kiprono Kosgey, along with Joshua arap Sang of the Kalenjin radio station Kass FM.

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