Blow to Kenya as Somalia Government Shoots Down President Uhuru's Request, Reactions Emerge
By WikiLeaksKE | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 7040 views
The government of Somalia has rejected Kenya's request to the International Court of Justice (ICJ over the pending maritime case.
According to Somalia's information minister Osman Dube, this is the fourth time Kenya is making such requests to ICJ.
Dube took on his official Twitter handle where he confirmed that Somalia has rejected Kenya's request.
According to the Somalia government, Kenya's plan to delay the case is denying them justice.
He has since promised that on 15 Match, the case must be heard at the Hague at any cost.
"We have rejected Kenya's fourth request to the ICJ to postpone the two countries' maritime case. Justice delayed is justice denied. We should be set to head to the Hague court on the 15th of March come what may," he tweeted.
His tweet has since sparked mixed reactions from all over, with some taking their thoughts at the comment section as follows:
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