Grand welcome planned for Uhuru’s return from ICC


Grand welcome planned for Uhuru’s return from ICC

Grand welcome planned for Uhuru’s return from ICCNAIROBI, KENYA: Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph ole Lenku has asked Kenyans to turn up in large numbers Thursday to give President Uhuru Kenyatta a grand welcome on arrival from The Hague.

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).

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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.


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