DP Ruto leaves for the Hague, 40 MPs see him off
11 January 2016, 12:39
Nairobi - Deputy President William Ruto on Monday morning left Nairobi for The Hague over his International Criminal Court (ICC) case.
Over 40 MPs and Senators saw of the Deputy President off at the at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and wished him well as he travelled to The Hague.
Ruto and his co-accused Radio Journalist Joshua Sang are expected to attend the hearing of the no-case-to answer Motion, over their crimes against humanity case facing them.
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The Deputy President will take the stand at The Hague based court the whole of Wednesday to argue out his reasons as to why the case facing him should be terminated.
Sang will on Tuesday present his oral arguments on why the case should be stopped at this stage while Ruto takes the whole of Wednesday.
National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale and his Senate counterpart Kindiki Kithure led the legislators.
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