Kenyan High Court Won't Block Aspirant's Bid
The High Court has declined to rule on the eligibility of presidential aspirant Uhuru Kenyatta, who faces charges at The Hague for 2007 post-election violence, effectively clearing his way to run for office.
Presidential aspirant Uhuru Kenyatta addresses supporters at the Jubilee Coalition rally in Nairobi.
Uhuru, Ruto Cleared in Eligibility Hurdle
The Star, 15 February 2013
The High court has ruled that it has no jurisdiction to determine the eligibility of Uhuru and Ruto to contest the March 4 General Election. A five judge bench that was constituted… Read more »
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