Uhuru says Kenya won't be destabilised by ICC trials
20 September 2013, 08:12
Uasin Gishu - President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that Kenya will not be destabilised by the International Criminal Court trials facing him and his deputy William Ruto.
He assured the court of the country’s cooperation until the end of the trials saying that they are innocent and would be acquitted by the court, Daily Nation reports.
The President also rejected calls for a referendum by several leaders to amend the Constitution saying it would deter development in the country and also interfere with the laws that were passed by Kenyans.
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