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Ocampo six Nakuru prayers unveiled the government strategy for elections.


Hon. Duale talking about CORD as the architects.

President Uhuru Kenyatta head prayers at Nakuru for the Ocampo list of  six post-election violence suspects. At Nakuru, the president urged the people to stay calm and united that the party will make sure that citizen benefits especially from what they promised during the 2013 general election. The president who was accompanied by another five suspected to sponsor and support 2013 general election violence includes; Major-general Hussein Ali, Ambassador Francis Muthaura, Radio journalist Joshua Arap sang, Deputy president William Ruto and former Minister Henry Kosgei.

Major things were highlighted from the meeting. The president said, his government will not allow anybody to go to the international criminal court. That was the last group and eventually they may or be in or out of the Rome statute. President Kenyatta assured people that there will know any other person who will be handed over to the court unless otherwise. His deputy Hon. William Ruto also added that the post-election victims will be given something so that they can bring back their normal life.

Many people from the divide were  really against what the president said especial fro the law society of Kenya. They said that getting out of the international court will create a lot of unnecessary tension as the local  courts are controlled by a few rich people. People will know that there is no hustle of going to criminal courts and the local courts are full of corruption so violence maybe there during elections. The government should not get out of the court but if possible to reduce the relationship with the court.

The majority of the jubilee members of parliament were really frustrated on how the counterparts take the of ICC. Major leader of the National Assembly Hon. Adan Duale said," the coalition for reform and democracy (CORD) should refrain from the petty politics of dividing Kenyan and dwell much on uniting them. The major parties are only two and they must cooperate to take the country  forward ." These words were seconded by Senator Hon.  Kipchumba Murkomen.

When they were doing the rally and prayers at Nakuru another group was at Nyayo stadium with a group of the post elections violence victims. This group was with human rights commissioners and they were talking about the progress they have made in terms of raising life standards. The majority of the internally displaced people were not happy with the international court ruling against the suspects but they appealing to the government to assist them in terms of basic needs and raising their standards.

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