By Standard Reporter
Former Chief of Protocol in the Prime Minister’s office Tony Gachoka has claimed he has crucial information relevant to the ongoing International Criminal Court trials.
Gachoka, in a letter to the ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, says that while working at the PM’s office, he came across information similar to the evidence adduced before the Court and which has been relied on by the Office of the Prosecutor.
Gachoka states in paid advert placed elsewhere in this newspaper that he has agonised as to whether he should come forward and reveal what he knows regarding the post-election violence that rocked the country during that period.
“I am afraid for my life and for the lives of my family as the information I hold is extremely prejudicial to some of the most powerful and influential personalities in Kenya today,” says Gachoka.
“With great trepidation but spurred by the desire to deliver justice to the victims and help heal my homeland, I am willing to step forward and disclose all that I know. I have a proven track-record as a whistleblower,” said Gachoka.