It does not matter who ‘fixed’ me at ICC – Ruto
14 November 2013, 20:28
Nairobi - Politicians and leaders in the country who have been squabbling over who "sold out" Deputy President William Ruto to the International Criminal Court , have been told to halt their accusations,Capital FM reports.
Ruto, who is facing charges of crimes against humanity said that leaders were meant to show unity and resolve in the light of the International Criminal Court trial and him and President Uhuru Kenyatta are in.
It is alleged that people in the government allegedly fixed Ruto to be charged for crimes against humanity and other charges. Karim Khan, lead counsel for Ruto implicated Principal Secretary Mutea Iringo in the alleged fixing.
But Ruto was adamant that the bickering needed to stop and that the citizens needs should be the primary focus.
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