This is what Odm leaders had to say after uhurus case was dismised...

Former Prime Minister Raila
Odinga’s Orange Democratic
Movement (ODM) has vowed to
seek justice for the 2007/ 2008
post election violence victims
following the termination of
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s case
at the International Criminal
Court (ICC).
Speaking at the burial of
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe
Oparanya’s mother, former ODM
Secretary General, Prof. Peter
Anyang Nyong’o, warned Uhuru
and his people not to celebrate
just yet following the
developments at The Hague
because he is not yet off the
The Kisumu Senator noted that as
ODM and CORD, they will push
for the establishment of a local
tribunal to try the perpetrators of
the 2007/ 2008 post election
violence, including the acquitted
Uhuru, to ensure that they are
jailed here in Kenya even after
escaping the ICC.
He said they will never allow
criminals who killed 1, 300 people
and displaced thousands to go
scot free just because of lack of
evidence when everything is
pointing towards them.
“It is not over yet with Uhuru.
We will push for the
establishment of a local tribunal
to try him and other perpetrators
of the post election violence and
ensure they are jailed,” said

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