U.S. citizens in Kenya told to be cautious during vote ruling
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#1 Mar 26, 2013
NAIROBI (Reuters)- The U.S. embassy in Kenya has warned its citizens of possible unrest this weekend when the Supreme Court is due to rule on a legal challenge to the outcome of the presidential election by losing candidate Raila Odinga.
American citizens number in the thousands in Kenya and form part of a large expatriate community in a country that is a hub for trade, multinational firms and the regional headquarters for U.N. agencies and other humanitarian organizations.
Analysts say a swift, transparent resolution of the petition will be critical to restoring Kenya's reputation as a stable democracy, following post-election violence in early 2008 that cost more than 1,200 lives in east Africa's biggest economy.
#2 Mar 26, 2013
I am just thankful that Amerika is not controlled by Kenyan Philosophies!
Imagine the "Dreams" that would be Amerika's Nightmare if we had a Messiah in Charge that derived his delusions of grandeur from a distorted perception of reality based upon a "Dream" that was formulated by a Drunken Womanizer that Bred a Baby Momma from Hawaii!
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