Former UN Boss Expresses Concern Over Kenyan Polls
Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan says electing Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and former cabinet minister William Ruto, who both face charges at the International Criminal Court, would affect relations with other countries.
Kofi Annan and former Tanzanian president Benjamin Mkapa met with Prime Minister Raila Odinga during their visit to the country
Capital FM, 11 October 2012
The Panel of Eminent African Personalities on Thursday urged Kenya to deal with the rising cases of violence in parts of the country before elections are held in March next year.read more »
The Star, 11 October 2012
NINE MPs allied to The National Alliance party have asked the Panel of Eminent Persons to hold talks with all political players.read more »
Concerns over potential unrest at Kenya's Next elections in March as the International Criminal Court sets down April 2013 to try Kenya's Deputy Premier, Uhuru Kenyatta and former ... Read more »