Radio show host and head of operations at Kenya's popular Kass FM who was known for his morning political show before being arrested for crimes against humanity during the 2007 to 2008 election crisis in Kenya. He was accused of using his large influence over listeners to spread discordance and encourage violence against Party of National Unity supporters.
He attended Kitale Academy Secondary School until 1993 and went on to graduate from the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication in 2006. He began as a radio host at Kass FM in 2005.
He has been waiting out the trial in The Hague since 2011. He was allowed to return to Kenya for his daughter's graduation in 2013. Since March of 2015, the courts have closed their doors to journalists for this particular trial.
He was born in Kitale, the Trans-Nzoia District of Kenya. His family remains in Nairobi as he awaits the end of the trial in The Hague. He is of Kalenjin ethnicity.
He was put on trial along with five other suspects, most prominently among them President William Ruto and Henry Kosgey.