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Jubilee leaders descended on Afraha stadium for much hyped prayer rally

16, Apr 2016

Let’s start with the top story of the day where Jubilee leaders descended on Afraha stadium for the much hyped prayer rally after the termination of the last two ICC cases facing Kenyans over the 2007 post-election violence. Addressing a crowd that attended the prayer rally, President Uhuru Kenyatta said he harbours no grudge against anyone who framed him over crimes against humanity charges. While extending an olive branch to his political rivals, the president warned that the government would deal decisively with those out to incite Kenyans.