2007/08 post-election violence victims are set to start recording statements with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), even as the state seeks to ensure justice to them.
This comes at a time the talk that the ICC case against Deputy President William Ruto and radio host Joshua Sang could be revived is gaining traction.
DCI boss George Kinoti is set to address the issue during a press conference on Monday at 2 pm.
This comes at a time lawyer Paul Gicheru has surrendered to the ICC over allegations that he corrupted and interfered with witnesses, leading to the collapse of Ruto and Sang’s cases.
At least 1,300 people were killed in clashes between supporters of former President Mwai Kibaki and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
“Thousands still live in abject poverty, uncompensated for the destruction of their homes and their families. They have received almost nothing from the entire ICC process,” said the victims’ legal representative at the ICC, Fergal Gaynor.