DP Ruto leaves for The Hague

By KBC Reporter

Deputy President William Ruto left the country Monday morning to attend the hearing of the no-case-to answer motion at the International Criminal Court at The Hague, Netherlands.

Close to 50 MPs were at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to see off the Deputy President. The hearing kicks off Monday.

The plane carrying the Deputy President left Jomo Kenyatta International Airport shortly after 8.30 am for The Hague.

About 50 MPs among them National Assembly Majority leader Adan Dualle and his senate counterpart Kindiki Kithure were at the airport to see off the deputy president.

Ruto and his co-accused Joshua Arap Sang will be in The Hague for a week to attend to the hearing of a no-case to answer motion which was initially scheduled for November last year but pushed to January this year.

Ruto had asked the court to excuse him from attending oral hearings that coincided with the visit by Pope Francis to Kenya on November 24.

  

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