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By CAROL RWENJI (Nation)Nairobi,Kenya -Former Industrialisation minister Henry Kosgey appeared before the anti-corruption court in Nairobi on Tuesday and denied twelve counts of abuse of office charges levelled against him.
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By SARAH CHILDRESS.
NAIROBI, Kenya—The announcement Wednesday that the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court will pursue cases against six Kenyan leaders for their alleged involvement in ballot-related violence two years ago sends an ominous signal to African leaders involved in their own tainted elections.
At a press conference at The Hague, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the court’s chief prosecutor, said that he had requested the court to summon six top Kenyan officials that he believed were most responsible for the violence that left an estimated 1,300 people dead. The court will determine whether to charge the men with crimes.
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