The man whose limo changes colour when it is leaving Naivasha for Nairobi and works for Kenya’s workers, Francis Atwoli, is part of the Ruto delegation at the International Criminal Court.
While it is not known when the Atwoli travelled to the ICC, it helps to boost the ‘moral bank’ for the Deputy President who, unlike his boss, Uhuru, has decided to clear his name at the ICC, or get jailed by the court; whichever option judge Osuji-Eboe will decide to take.
Atwoli is a big catch for RutoÂ apart of the sympathy search in the use of the predicament for a better political positioning. Atwoli’s Hague appearance is a confirmation to Uhuru that the Kenya public are keen to see him clear his name at the Hague and should NOT use his position of the presidency to bring suffering to the millions already surviving his economic mismanagement.
Meanwhile, it was another day at the ICC when the third witness, a woman who claims to have been part of Warembo na Kibaki lobby group, took the stance at the Hague.
The woman has caused hilarious soundbites in social media by her legendary definition of a kalenjin as ‘tall, thin and black’, a charge which, to judges in the court of public opinion, would mean one Joshua Arap Sang who had earlier claimed to be the ‘shortest journalist’ in Kenya, is NOT a kalenjin.
Be that as it may, the case continues!