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The brief for the ministers, who include Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka, is to urge the African leaders to support Kenya’s efforts to try The Hague Six locally. The Nation learnt on Tuesday that Mr Musyoka is currently in South Africa to meet President Jacob Zuma over the issue. Sources said that the VP will on Thursday hold talks on the same issue with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni. Next week, he will be in Malawi on the same mission — which comes two weeks before African Union heads of State meet in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for a major summit. Sources close to the VP confirmed that Mr Musyoka had discussed the matter with his host in South Africa. “The VP is in South Africa where he met and briefed President Jacob Zuma on several bilateral issues including Kenya’s desire to establish a local judicial mechanism for the perpetrators of post-election violence, Southern Sudan and Somalia,” said the source.