Interior Principal Secretary Mutea Iringo has written to Deputy President William
Ruto’s legal team at The Hague
demanding an apology.
This follows allegations that he and
other top officials at the Office of
the President coached Witnesses in
Ruto’s case at the International
Criminal Court (ICC).
In the letter Iringo told
lawyer Karim Khan that the
allegations made were false, unfair
and without any basis.
Iringo quoted his letter saying: “As a
respected and experienced lawyer, I
expect that the legal team that you
head should avoid playing political
games and instead conduct
legitimate credible investigations
without tarnishing names of
Iringo was an under secretary in the
ministry of internal security in 2008,
during which he is accused of
coaching the witnesses.