Africa

Kenyatta Follows Father to Win Kenya's Top Jobi
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March 09, 2013 11:51 PM
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta has been elected president of Kenya, to serve the same office his father held 40 years ago. His will assume the presidency as he faces charges at the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity, complicating the country’s relationship with the west. VOA East Africa correspondent Gabe Joselow has more from Nairobi.

Kenyatta Follows Father to Win Kenya's Top Job

Published March 09, 2013

Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta has been elected president of Kenya, to serve the same office his father held 40 years ago. His will assume the presidency as he faces charges at the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity, complicating the country’s relationship with the west. VOA East Africa correspondent Gabe Joselow has more from Nairobi.


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