The ICC haunts deputy president William Ruto again after the prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said that there was fresh evidence against the deputy president.
The details about the fresh evidence was revealed in this year’s ICC annual report submitted to the United Nations General Assembly.
ICC president Chile Osuji has also confirmed that the court was receiving more evidence on Ruto’s case.
The case against Ruto was suspended in April 2016 after the prosecution failed to provide enough evidence linking Mr Ruto to the post election clashes that rocked the country in 2007.
The court has previously issued warrants of arrests against Walter Baraza , Philip Koech and Paul Koech all who are believed to have had an interference with the witnesses in the case.