Deputy President William Ruto (seated) chats with Imenti Central MP Gideon Mwiti at St Pius X Seminary during the launch of the South Imenti Mashinani Youth Empowerment Sacco on February 6 2016. Mr Ruto will know on February 12, 2016 if the International Criminal Court will admit recanted evidence in the case against him. PHOTO | PHOEBE OKALL | NATION MEDIA GROUP

Deputy President William Ruto will know by this coming Friday, if the international Criminal Court will admit recanted evidence in the case against him.

Last evening the Appeals Chamber of the Court said that it would deliver its ruling on Friday at 6.30pm Kenyan time.

On the other hand, Kenya has been bringing the International community, including the Assembly of the state parties together. In order to stop, the use of recanted evidence in the Ruto’s case, saying that the amendment to Rule 68 of Rome Statute was made after the case had stated.