Court orders Kuria to cease mentioning Karua in ICC fixing saga
01 October 2015, 17:08
Nairobi - The High Court has ordered Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria to desist from naming NARC Kenya leader Martha Karua in an alleged plot to fix DP William Ruto at the ICC.
Karua had gone to the High Court to seek the order, claiming that Kuria was spoiling her name in his tirade.
He had stated that he and Karua had fixed witnesses to testify against the DP at the Hague in the ongoing Crimes Against Humanity trial.
Karua has so far denied the allegations.
" The respondent is thereby barred from mentioning the name of the petitioner henceforth as regards this matter," the notice from the High Court stated.
Kuria had said that Karua who was the then Justice Minister had fixed Ruto at the ICC as part of a Party of National Unity PNU ploy to have him charged over the 2007 Post Election Violence.
Karua though, denied and stated that she would sue Kuria over the matter if he did not apologize.
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