Uasin Gishu & International Criminal Court

Uasin Gishu District is one of the seventy-one districts of Kenya, located in the Rift Valley Province. The International Criminal Court (commonly referred to as the ICC or ICCt) is a permanent tribunal to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression (although it cannot, until at least 2017, exercise jurisdiction over the crime of aggression). 3.3/5

Uasin Gishu International Criminal Court William Ruto Raila Odinga Secretary General National Development Home Affairs Kenya African National Union Uhuru Kenyatta Trans Nzoia Nakuru County Rift Valley Province

Civil society in Kenya and outside observers feared that violence in 2013 might had well be worse than in the aftermath of the December 2007 elections. They concentrated on the areas that were most affected during the last election, particularly in the environs of Eldoret in the northern region of the Rift Valley Province. It was to prove a mistake. The kaleidoscope of Kenyan politics has moved on, and new alliances have formed. Among the most important is that between former adversaries; Uhuru Kenyatta -- a Kikuyu, and William Ruto -- a Kalenjin.. both of whom have been indicted by the International Criminal Court. Mr. Ruto reigns supreme in the northern Rift.. As a result, the Kikuyu in the northern Rift districts of Uasin Gishu and Trans Nzoia are confident that he will minimize violence in this area, just as in 2002, when Ruto was Kenyatta’s campaign manager in his first bid for the presidency. The potential for violence seemed highest in four areas. A first potential hotspot was in Nakuru County i ...
William Kipchirchir Samoei arap Ruto (born 21 December 1966 in Kamagut, Uasin Gishu) is a Kenyan politician who was Minister in the Kenyan government and currently an accused suspect, by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for committing crimes against humanity. On 19 October 2010, he was suspended by the government on corruption charges .He had previously served in the Ministry of Agriculture since April 2008. Ruto was elected Director of Elections on 18 March 2002, when the National Development Party led by Raila Odinga merged with the Kenya African National Union (KANU). He was Secretary General of KANU, the former ruling political party, and he has been MP for Eldoret North Constituency since the 1997 Kenyan election a seat he won after trouncing the former M.P. The Late Hon. Rueben Chesire. He became an Assistant Minister in the Office of the President and was appointed Minister in charge of Home Affairs in August 2002 but lost the post after the December 2002 election, in which Kenya African Nati ...
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