Lawyer Takes Kenyan Govt to Hague Court Over Mau Evictions

Leonard Sigey Bett, a Nairobi-based lawyer has written to the International Criminal Court over the eviction of more than 40,000 people, destruction of property and torching of houses. He wants the government investigated for crimes against humanity allegedly committed during the eviction of families from Mau Forest.

A child sits next to a house that was torched in Kipchoge area in Mau on July 26, 2018.


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