Political scientist has predicted how the cases at The Hague-based International Crimes Court (ICC) will play out with lawyer Paul Gicheru turning against Deputy President William Ruto and testifying against him.
Ngunyi noted that the lawyer who surrendered to the ICC and who is accused of interfering with witnesses and bribing them will make a plea bargain.
He added that radio journalist Joshua sang will follow suit in the plea bargain if he shall not have been killed by then.
Ngunyi opined that the turn of events could leave DP Ruto high and dry but added that he could be wrong on both accounts.
“Paul Gicheru? You cannot BUY a Kikuyu. You can only RENT one. This man will do a PLEA BARGAIN and become ICC witness against RUTO. Sang the RADIO MAN will do the same if he is not killed before then. And on both accounts, I could be WRONG. Or Am I?” Ngunyi wrote.
Experts opine that Ruto is not off the hook yet as Gicheru’s case could rope him in.