The Star (Nairobi)

21 November 2012

Kenya: People Differ on ICC Cases

Photo: Capital FM/Charles Kimani
William Ruto, center, and Uhuru Kenyatta, right, face charges from the International Criminal Court for post-election violence in 2007-2008.

41% of Kenyans want Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto to step out of the presidential race until they are cleared by the ICC.

A new poll by Synovate, shows 20% of Kenyans however want the two leaders to ignore their ICC cases and pursue their presidential ambitions while 39% say they should only quit if found guilty. The poll was done between Nov 10th and 16th sampling 2000 respondents

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