Revealed! Main reason why ICC prosecutor landed in Kenya ahead of Raila, Ruto talks!

International Criminal Court chief prosecutor Karim Khan has landed in Kenya.

The 50 year old lawyer is expected to receive an honorary Doctor of Law degree during Mount Kenya University’s 23rd graduation ceremony. 

Khan is the lawyer who represented president William Ruto in the international criminal court.

The lawyer was welcomed by  the Mount Kenya University founder, Dr Simon Gicharu on Friday, August 4th.

“Mount Kenya University has nominated Karim A. A Khan for the conferment of honorary Doctor of Laws (Honoris Causa) during the 23rd graduation ceremony in recognition of his broad contribution to the rule of law and international justice,” MKU co founder noted.

According to the reports, the conferment is in recognition of the following: being a seasoned International Criminal Law and Human Rights Lawyer, serving in the fight against terrorism and his far-reaching research in the field of law. More

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