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Raila: Kenyans should be united

18 November 2013, 09:20

Nairobi - Cases facing President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and former radio presenter Joshua Sang at The Hague will not be resolved by abusing the international community, says former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

The former premier said Kenya should embark on a healing process and urged leaders to stop inciting Kenyans.

He said Kenyans should forgive each other and stop the blame game concerning the cases that are before the International Criminal Court, The Standard reports.

Last week Friday, the United Nations Security Council voted against the deferral of the cases for one year.

The African Union had asked for the deferral to allow the two to deal with security threats in the country after the Westgate terror attack that left at least 67 people dead.

- For more visit The Standard


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