100 MPs to accompany Ruto to the Hague
23 March 2016, 21:06
Nairobi - Over 100 MPs and leaders have declared interest in taking DP William Ruto to the Hague for his expected finale at the Hague.
The leaders, sensing that the DP will be released from his Crimes Against Humanity trial at the ICC on April 5 have all stated that they want to be at the Hague at this historic moment.
April 5 will see the appeal to have the case at the Hague ended due to lack of evidence take centre stage.
The feeling in Ruto's camp is that the case will be ended due to a perceived lack of direction in the case.
And thus the interest from MPs.
" The DP has received a number of well wishers looking to accompany him to the Hague," a source in his office told News24.
Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has already stated that he will look to travel to the Hague.
The DP has applied for an no case to answer motion after the prosecution failed to win the chance to allow the use of recanted evidence in his trial.
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