Ruto to pay Sh5m in land case

What you need to know:

  • Post-poll violence victim had accused Deputy President of grabbing his 100-acre farm
  • Judge rules farm was irregularly subdivided and sold to Deputy President
  • Ruling may have negative implication on his cases at Hague
  • Lawyer insists Deputy President is innocent, vows to appeal judgment
  • Farmer says ruling okay, but award not sufficient

Deputy President William Ruto was on Friday ordered to pay Sh5 million to a post-election violence victim for illegally occupying his land.


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