Never again, vow Uhuru, Ruto as ICC is criticised

The Ocampo Six from right journalist Joshua Sang, former Cabinet minister Henry Kosgey, President Uhuru Kenyatta, Gen Hussein Ali, Deputy President William Ruto and Ambassador Francis Muthaura upon arrival at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru on April 16, 2016. PHOTO | SULEIMAN MBATIAH | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • President Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto struck notes of reconciliation, with the President saying he would “extend a hand” to work with the opposition to heal the nation.

  • Speaking in Kiswahili, he declared the five-year relationship with the ICC over.

  • The choice of Nakuru for the rally was laced with symbolism, because it was in that town that the Jubilee coalition was launched in December 2012.

Themes of reconciliation and national unity dominated the major rally held by the Jubilee coalition in Nakuru where President Kenyatta seemed to slam the door shut on any further cooperation with the International Criminal Court.


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