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Byline: Cabral Pinto
A joke doing the rounds in Nairobi is that one of the suspects on the Waki list of shame has had great love for the whisky Hague, but not any more.
The last time he saw the bottle he started shaking and shouting like a person possessed by the evil spirit. He smashed the bottle hoping that his ancestors would partake of its contents and restore his sanity.
A familiar story is told about the Kikuyu chief Njiiri who, upon hearing of Jomo Kenyatta's release in 1961 on his transistor radio, accused the radio of telling lies and proceeded to crush it.
The fear of facing the International Criminal Court in The Hague is real for the Kenyan warlords.
They must have nightmares about Noriega, …