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ICC Prosecutor Remains Silent on Allegations Against President Ruto's Administration

In a recent interview, Karim Khan, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), chose not to comment on the letter he allegedly received from the opposition, urging him to investigate the atrocities committed by President William Ruto's administration. Khan, who previously represented Ruto in a case against crimes against humanity, seemed cautious and careful in his response, possibly considering the sensitivity of the matter.

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Reports from April 2023 suggested that Khan acknowledged receiving the letter but was still contemplating whether to launch investigations. The letter, drafted by Raila Odinga's lawyer, accused Ruto and Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome of orchestrating attacks against peaceful protesters and destroying property at Northlands Farm, which is owned by the Kenyatta family.

Notably, lobby group Operation Linda Ugatuzi also wrote to Khan, requesting a case to be filed against President William Ruto, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki, and IG Koome, alleging crimes against humanity. In response, the government sent a similar letter to Khan, pushing him to investigate and prosecute Raila for organizing anti-government protests that resulted in property destruction and loss of lives.

Amidst these allegations, Khan expressed support for President Ruto's push for reforms at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). He emphasized the need to include other world leaders' views and offer permanent seats to countries outside the traditional Big Five - China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Khan recognized Africa's importance in international justice and called for equal representation from African countries at the council.

During his visit to Kenya, Khan addressed graduates at Mount Kenya University, where he was bestowed with an honorary doctorate of Law. He stressed the imperative nature of effective law application within an imperfect and evolving system.

The ICC Prosecutor's response, or the lack thereof, to the allegations against President Ruto's administration has raised many questions. While some perceive Khan's silence as a tactical move to avoid being dragged into a political tussle, others argue that the gravity of the allegations demands a more proactive approach from the ICC.

As the situation unfolds, Kenyans and the international community eagerly await a definitive response from the ICC Prosecutor, shedding light on whether an investigation will be launched into the allegations against President Ruto's administration. The outcome of this case could have significant implications for the country's political landscape and its commitment to upholding human rights and justice.

In the coming weeks, it remains to be seen whether the ICC will take up the matter and shed light on the truth behind the allegations laid against President Ruto's administration. As the situation develops, both supporters and critics will closely monitor the actions, or lack thereof, from the International Criminal Court, seeking accountability and justice for the alleged atrocities committed.

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