Grand welcome planned for Uhuru’s return from ICC
A statement signed by Lenku indicated that the president will arrive at 8.30am at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport from the Netherlands where he had gone to attend a status conference on his case at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Prior to leaving, Uhuru had appointed his deputy William Ruto the Acting President and left without the trappings of power aboard a commercial flight Tuesday morning.
Contrary to how he left, the president is expected to have a large convoy as he meanders through the populous Eastlands area of Nairobi to his Harambee House office.
Ole Lenku’s statement indicated that the president will take the following route: Outering Ring- Jogoo Road-Landhies-Haile Selassie Avenue and Harambee Avenue.
Over 120 MPs and senators who accompanied the president to The Hague are also expected to be in his entourage back home.