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  1. Lawi003 November 16th, 2013 at 5:34 pm

    You guys go to Hague and leave Kenyans alone! Y must you drag us all in your mess. Go plse

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    1. Just Ice November 18th, 2013 at 4:42 pm

      I know right? It’s their Personal Problems not Ours.

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      1. jokios November 19th, 2013 at 4:21 pm

        Y.E Ruto! those are your enemies indeed, not Kenyan enemies. They are our friends, even some of your relatives school and work there and none in your so called friends

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  2. JOEL November 16th, 2013 at 5:39 pm

    ECHOED TO OUR DEPUTY PRESIDENT FOR THAT STRONG WORDS WHICH SHOWS THE TRUTH LEADER ON HOW TO HANDLE SUCH A ISSUES IN OUR COUNTRY

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  3. Qwani November 16th, 2013 at 6:10 pm

    Well said Mr. DP!! Now we must keep one eye on our KDF in Somalia. Let us make sure they are there for the shortest time possible. The UN peacekeepers can take over at some point, since it is the UNSC that thinks that the area is relatively peaceful. Let them go and find out just how peaceful it is.

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  4. Ki Mtu November 16th, 2013 at 7:49 pm

    Who said Jubilee is a country? Be reminded that Kenyans know what they want as much as we always get caught in individual’s personal problems. Dont mix issues.

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  5. mark November 16th, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    One thing to bear in mind is how easy it is to vote for a resolution and to appear as a friend when you know that the result is a foregone conclusion. The result was never in doubt. A resolution for action against the status-quo is not subject to a veto and so it was perfectly safe for certain countries to show “solidarity” with Kenya and score some economic points. This is Kenya being played with, not friendship.Shame on you Ruto and Kenyatta for leading Kenya down this path.

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  6. R November 17th, 2013 at 12:18 am

    It is easy to see the slaves who are posting comments hear and rejoicing that the bid to pull Kenyan leaders out of the ICC has been defeated by hypocrites who sit on the fence and still hope to get support for their regional “selfish interests.” Uhuru and Ruto should take real measures to ensure that those who do not genuinely support the Kenyan people face the consequences of their choice not to support Kenya. Kick out the wabeberu soldiers and cancel all those blanket privileges you give to wamarekani ovyo ovyo and make them queue for clearance where they state exactly what they are doing in Kenya and you keep track of them just like they treat people in their own nchis

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    1. Lawi003 November 18th, 2013 at 7:28 pm

      Did u ever see the inside of a classroom? You make it appear as if UHURUTO are the oxygen Kenyans breathe, without which we will all suffocate.

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  7. Just November 17th, 2013 at 12:57 am

    It exposed who the true friends of impunity are.

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  8. Mzalendo African November 17th, 2013 at 11:52 am

    What if the trials are fixed. I am mean blatantly fixed. The Kenya government should start preparing for this inevitable consequence.

    Britain, US, France are not having their old ways in the current government, they are not happy and as we all know from history, when it comes to the rights of Africans they play with double standards. Africa need to arise and protect itself. Kenya just like during the struggle from the colonial gov’t of Britain we had the home guards and the patriots, and the Patriots Won.

    Kenya at 50 we rise and say we are Patriots!! The home guards ensured the continuity of western civilisation but the Patriots ensured the sovereign right of the Republic endures and lives on. Arise the Patriots, as we know nothing is black and white as they want us to believe, there are dark forces in the works.

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  9. Joyce November 17th, 2013 at 12:02 pm

    Crime is usually committed by an individual – not a country. Ruto, your enemies are not necessarily Kenyans’ enemies. Go to Hague and sort out your personal mess! By the way I hope Mr. Kenyatta and his TNA noted Barrack Muluka’s sentiments in the Standard on Saturday 16th Nov. 2013.

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  10. MajorT November 17th, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Why are people acting like Ruto and Uhuru are guilty? This has not been proven to be true!

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  11. Xris November 18th, 2013 at 11:25 am

    It is now apparent that our old so called ‘reliable’ friends, UK, USA & France, have turned into foes, its just as well ’cause we needed to evaluate this relationship anyway!
    Now that we know who is with us & who is against us, lets move on & not dwell to much on this issue, but rather concentrate on cementing our relations with our true friends.

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