The meeting reportedly set to take place at Parliament buildings in Nairobi on October 9, is set to ascertain the accuracy of the statements Kuria made in media glare.
“Subject to our discussions today, and your request that I correspond to you by email, I would like to meet you in Nairobi,” an e-mail from an ICC investigator, dated September 29, stated.
Speaking during a press conference on Thursday, Kuria confirmed that he would indeed be meeting with an ICC official.
The Gatundu MP is said to have reached out to the Hague-based court to arrange for the said meeting with an official from the court.
“In principal I have no problem meeting with you and/or your team. However, kindly clarify whether you would want me to meet you as someone with information that may help you, in which case I do not require my lawyers present or you would want to talk to me as a suspect in which case I need to invite my lawyers,” Mr Kuria said in an e-mail supposedly seen by The Nation.
Kuria sparked a wave of contention two weeks ago when he came out to declare that himself alongside other political leaders implicated DP Ruto in his case at ICC.
Kuria claimed that he sought for witnesses alongside Karua, and added that he was willing to testify at the ICC.
The named leaders have since rubbished Kuria's claims, terming them as baseless allegations and called for his prosecution.
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