ICC 'witness fixers' should be tried in Kenya, AG Githu Muigai says

Attorney-General Githu Muigai said Kenya would engage the ICC to possible transfer of evidence so that the suspects can he charged locally, April 21, 2016. PHOTO | AGGREY MUTAMBO | NATION MEDIA GROUP.

What you need to know:

  • The attorney-general said cases facing the three Kenyans relating to witness interference are also crimes within the Kenyan laws.
  • He insisted Kenya was still a law-abiding nation.

Kenya will demand to try three Kenyans accused of interfering with witnesses at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in local courts.


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