Businesses and activities came to a stand still in Ka
psabet town following the ICC ruling on the termination of the Deputy President William Ruto and former Radio journalist Joshua
Arap Sang case.
Residents of Nandi unanimously went on streets of Kapsabet town to
celebrate the victory of Ruto, Sang case applauding the decision
taken by the ICC Judges to terminate the case.
Led by the Nandi members of the county assembly the residents said
they have been eagerly waiting for the ruling for quite long, and now they have won the victory saying that Ruto and Sang had
no case to answer since the 2007/08 skirmishes were not planned it was spontaneous.
In 2015, the prosecutor dropped similar charges against President Uhuru Kenyatta, alleging that witnesses had been intimidated to make them change their testimony.
The case against Mr Ruto’s co-accused, journalist Joshua arap Sang, was also dismissed.
Mr Ruto denied murder, deportation and persecution charges during violence that followed the 2007 elections in which about 1,200 people were killed.
ICC ruled out the case in ground that the two had no case to answer as there were no enough evidence to prosecute them.
Nandi residents further said that God is really great and the far they have reached is because of Him adding that as residents of Nandi they will focus ahead and forget about the past.