The Star (Nairobi)

5 February 2013

Kenya: Obama Sends Election Message

Photo: Tami Hultman/AllAfrica
Johnnie Carson, assistant secretary of state for African affairs

Kenyans have been urged to reject intimidation ,tribalism and violence and to allow a free and fair election. US President Barrack Obama says any election disputes must be resolved in the courts and not the streets.

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