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Indications that the African union will back President Uhuru if he ignores the order by the ICC

01, Oct 2014

The Chinese broadcaster CCTV is quoting officials of the AU in Addis Ababa as urging Uhuru to defy the summons and instead demand to appear via video link. The officials, according to cctv have asked Uhuru to continue cooperating with the court. They are however adamant that he must not present himself before the court in the Hague. So, just what will the president do? KTN’s Edith kimani now takes a closer look at the stark options facing the president and what each of them moves for him.