Video:No Preferential Treatment For Uhuru, Ruto At ICC-Bensouda

International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says no special treatment will be accorded to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto when their trial hearings begin, and instead said the two will be treated like any other accused persons before the court.

On their part, joint defence lead counsels Karim Khan and Katwa Kigen demanded a fair process that they believe will prove to the ICC and the world who was not responsible for the 2007 post election violence. The three were addressing a joint news conferencebefore the trial hearings kick off Tuesday.

 

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