Deputy President William Ruto and former radio journalist Joshua Sang Wednesday attended the hearing of their no-case-to answer session at the International Criminal Court -ICC, in Hague, Netherland.
The Deputy President arrived in Hague, Netherland Monday to attend the oral hearing session in the case against him and Sang at the ICC.
Ruto’s lawyers asked the ICC judges to throw out the charges imposed on their clients by the court prosecution side.
Sang’s Lawyer kigen also insisted that his client had no case to answer and asked the three judges hearing the case to close it for lack of tangible evidence.
The hearing of the Motion of no-case-to answer started Monday at the Hague Court.
The ICC Trial Chamber judges led by Chile Eboe-Osuji (presiding judge) will later retire to decide whether Ruto and Sang have a case to answer.
A favourable decision from the judges will see the two walk away as free men and this may mark an end of the case.