If well advised President Uhuru Kenyatta will appear at the Hague based international Criminal Court on October 8th 2014.
The appearance of president Kenyatta at the ICC will have significant geopolitical value to his presidency and the republic of Kenya.
It is indicative of fearlessness, lawfulness, confidence, and political largese all which will dispel the myth that he has been hiding behind the African Union shield and the presidency.
The president will display braveness and every global leader will want to be informed about what goes on based on the fact that the office of the prosecutor has no evidence to sustain the case.
Such exposure is good for Uhuru and the country which has suffered setbacks due to travel advisory and negative diplomatic-economic reviews.
While it is a status conference, the court is using it to checkmate the president whose government has been blamed by the office of the prosecutor of failure to comply and cooperate to conclude the status of the case.
Failure to attend will connote contempt of court which attracts an arrest warrant a scenario that would significantly soothe OTP’s wounded ego.
Contempt of court and arrest warrant would be based on the legal views at the court that Kenyatta is very capable of ignoring court ruling exemplified by the sinking of a drugs ship by his military.
OTP seeks every opportunity to complicate matters for Kenyatta besides add value to the indefinite postponement of the case.
Failure to attend adds panache to these assumptions.
It substantiates the argument that the powerful president has no respect for the law and this person used the same view to facilitate the crimes against humanity during the post election violence.
In most cases experts need only few evidences that collerate to procure a bias that concludes a factual finding to prove.
Kenyatta if misadvised may ignore the summons and the ramifications of that decision will be catastrophic.