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Uhuru, Ruto to hold thanksgiving prayers

Nakuru will host thanksgiving prayers for President Uhuru Kenyatta his deputy William Ruto and former radio journalist Joshua arap Sang following the collapse of their cases at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

State House has confirmed that the prayers will be held at Afraha Stadium on April 26th.

The planned prayer meeting will be the third time President Kenyatta will be in Nakuru within a period of one month.


On Tuesday ICC terminated crimes against humanity cases against Mr Ruto and Mr Sang.

Judges Chile Eboe-Osuji, Olga Herrera Carbuccia and Robert Fremr made a no-case-to-answer verdict on the case that has been heard over a period of six years.

Termination of the Ruto and Sang’s case brings to an end Kenyans’ six years engagement with the ICC during  which five suspects, including President Kenyatta who was freed in 2014 for lack of evidence.