Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta on his future and the ICC


Kenyans go to the polls on Monday and one of the front runners for the post of president is Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta.

He is a son of the founding father of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.

He has also been indicted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity in relation to the violence after the 2007 election which left more than 1.000 people dead and thousands displaced.

He has been speaking to BBC Africa's Sophie Ikenye in Nairobi.

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