Tough Warning to the US and EU from Museveni, Kagame and four others

Thursday February 21,2013 – It seems Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta’s journey to State House is unstoppable now, after six  African Presidents wrote a letter to the United Nations on Wednesday, warning the European Union and United States of America against imposing sanctions on Kenya if Uhuru Kenyatta wins the presidency on March 4th.

The Head of States from Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Burundi and DRC warned that if they dare impose sanctions, they will cut diplomatic ties with them because they rely on the stability of Kenya for their survival.
Rwanda and Uganda further added they will pull out troops from Sudan and Somalia if that happens.
The Presidents insisted that Kenyans are mature enough to elect their leaders and must be respected.
“We say this with affirm our right to live. And we mean it,” the letter added.
The Presidents are; Uganda strongman Kaguta Museveni, Rwanda President Paul Kagame, Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza, Silvia Kiir of South Sudan, Ethiopia President Girma Wolde-Giorgis, and DRC President Joseph Kabila

Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta has been indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and at the same time he is a Presidential candidate in the incoming poll.
EU and US have threatened the country with economic sanctions if Uhuru ascends to the top seat on March 4th.

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