Netherlands embassy works overtime to deliver Hague visas
03 October 2014, 17:51
Nairobi - The Netherlands Embassy in Nairobi has worked overtime to ensure those travelling to the Hague to accompany president Uhuru Kenyatta are all served on time.
There have been many applications from politicians, Governors, Cabinet Secretaries and ordinary Kenyans to head to the Hague that have all ended up at the embassy this week.
Mps had an agreement to have their visas processed today with most planning to travel out of the country Monday and Tuesday next week in readiness for the Wednesday October 8 appearance by president Kenyatta at the ICC.
And according to most, they have been well attended to at the embassy.
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Kieni MP Kanini Kega applied for his and says he was well attended to.
" We have been treated well and they have promised us that we can have the Visas by Friday evening", Kega said.
He spoke highly of the efforts by Kenyans to accompany the president to the Hague.
" If you see, not just politicians but also ordinary Kenyans are headed to the Hague to support the president. He is our president and all we want is the best for him", he added.
The president is yet to officially speak on his trip to the Hague but it is understood that he is keen to head to the Hague to help clear his name.
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