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    Vol 5 (AAC) No 8 |
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Kuniko Ozaki

Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, former head of civil service Francis Muthaura, legislator William Ruto and Kass FM broadcaster Joshua arap Sang stand accused of orchestrating the violence that followed Kenya’s 2007 elections...


Uhuru looks back in anger

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...


Strain in ICC case

ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo charges Kalenjin politicians William Samoei Ruto, 45, Henry Kiprono Kosgey, 64, and the Kalenjin language station broadcaster, Joshua arap Sang, with building a political and military network to evict non-Kalenjins from the Rift Valley (AC Vol 52 No 12, Ocampo tries to protect the evidence)...


Six in the dock

The suspects received their summonses in March: Henry Kosgey, Joshua arap Sang, Uhuru Kenyatta, Francis Muthaura, Mohammed Hussein Ali and William Ruto...


On to the trial

Accused are Deputy Premier and Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, of President Mwai Kibaki’s Party of National Unity (PNU); Francis Muthaura of the Orange Democratic Movement, head of the civil service, Chairman of the National Security Advisory Committee and confidant of Kibaki; Major General Mohammed Hussein Ali, former Police Commissioner; William Ruto (ODM), formerly Minister of Agriculture and of Higher Education; Henry Kosgey (ODM), ex-Industrialisation Minister; and Joshua arap Sang, a Kalenjin-language radio broadcaster...


ICC has Kenyan politicians on the run

More recently, in defiance of ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo’s prohibition on suspects fraternising, ODM’s William Ruto, former Minister of Higher Education and of Agriculture, and Joshua arap Sang, the KASS FM broadcaster named by the ICC, were together at an Emo event in the Rift Valley...


Ocampo names six suspects

Ocampo named on 15 December four other Kenyans – along with Kenyatta and Muthaura – whom he judges most to blame for the murderous violence that followed the 2007 election: William Ruto, the recently deposed Agriculture Minister and former Higher Education Minister and a key Kalenjin leader from Eldoret North, where the worst of the violence took place; Henry Kosgey, the Industrialisation Minister, an important Odinga supporter, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Chairman,and a Kalenjin member of parliament from Tinderet constituency in Nandi Hills, another Rift Valley hot spot for violence; a retired Police Commissioner, Major General Mohammed Hussein Ali, an ethnic Somali and current Postmaster General; and Joshua arap Sang, presenter of a morning phone-in show, ‘Lene Emet’ (How is the country...


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