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"My brother has carried our name up there," Auma Obama said.
Jomo Kenyatta, the first president of Kenya, was born in Ichaweri, Kenya, on Oct. 20, 1893.
Kenya is inaugurating a new president — Uhuru Kenyatta. Leaders from across Africa have flown into Nairobi to watch Tuesday's swearing-in, which is taking place at a sports stadium filled with tens of thousands of rowdy Kenyatta supporters.
Jomo Kenyatta was elected the first president of the newly independent Kenya on Dec. 12, 1964.
The International Criminal Court announced that it may postpone the crimes against humanity trial of Kenyan presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta until August.
Four prominent Kenyans accused of orchestrating deadly violence that erupted after their country's 2007 presidential elections called on the International Criminal Court on Thursday to delay the start of their trial.