But while Britain continues to undermine Kenya’s national sovereignty through intervening in its political sphere this will remain unlikely.
There, as with other African countries, it is for their citizens to decide who rules them, not any foreign power.
And Britain would do well to remember this; Uhuru in the Swahili language means “freedom”.
If he wins the election this may mean that Kenya finally frees itself 50 years after independence from the influence or obligation to its former colonial master.
The writer, a QC, is a leading international expert in criminal law who acted as Chief Counsel to former Liberian President Charles Taylor at the Special Court for Sierra Leone.
Courtesy: The Telegraph