Allies promise to end bloodshed
04 December 2012, 16:17
Nairobi - Officials and legal representatives of The National Alliance and United Republican Party on Tuesday signed the two parties’ alliance agreement in public in Nairobi.
The Standard reports that TNA Presidential aspirant Uhuru Kenyatta and his choice for running mate William Ruto witnessed the signing of the legally binding documents at Jeevanjee gardens, a public park donated to residents of the city in 1906 by Alibhai Mulla Jeevanjee.
Uhuru, the Deputy Prime Minister, credited himself and Eldoret North MP Ruto with the peaceful handover of power from retired President Moi to President Kibaki in 2002, claiming it was only possible because they led Kanu to cede victory to Narc.
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