‘'We have continued citing reports that come to us of his presence in Kenya in 2010,'' Rapp said at the end of a two-day visit of the Tribunal.
The Ambassador recalled that he had similar information in 2005 through 2007 but the arrest was not affected due to lack of collaboration between the ICTR Prosecutor and the Kenyan authorities.
He said recent meeting between the two parties and establishment of the new constitution in Kenya would enhance the cooperation to effect the arrest and ultimately transfer of Kabuga to ICTR.
‘'It is not impossible that this information has not been followed up because of lack of collaboration between the prosecutor and Kenyan authorities.
The Ambassador clearly stated that the ICTR prosecutor did not have enough investigators, police or an army which would track down the culprit but depended on the members of United Nations like Kenya to collaborate in the arrest and transfer of the fugitives.
© Hirondelle News Agency