VIDEO: TNA Demands Apology Over US Envoy's Remarks

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The National Alliance (TNA) has called on US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Ambassador Johnie Carson to apologize over the remarks he made on Wednesday in which Carson warning of consequences for Kenya should candidates facing charges at the International Criminal Court win the elections.

TNA Secretary General Onyango Oloo says the remarks by Carson contradicted an earlier message from US president Barack Obama in which Obama called welcome the right of Kenyans to freely elect the president of their choice.

Jubilee Alliance, through the TNA's Secretary General, says Kenyans have a sovereign right to choice leaders of their choice without outside influence and that the good relations between Kenyan and the United States will continue the elections notwithstanding.

Video Courtesy of Capital News.

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