President Sata opposes the International Criminal Court’s indictment of Kenyan President

PRESIDENT Sata has opposed the International Criminal Court’s indictment of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta for the violence that characterised Kenya’s general elections in 2007.
“First of all, what jurisdiction do they have? You have to look at jurisdiction; there are more cases in Europe which they are not dealing with. ..If you find a Kenyan President or Zambian President is at fault, let the Kenyan people or Zambian people deal with him. You the Kenyan people, if during the struggle or during elections you killed each other, bring the people who killed you to book, that is what we do in Zambia.
“They are going back to the old days of colonial era where they used to grab us. This is the time when Africa should be looking at its own affairs. We shouldn’t allow a foreigner to come and interfere with us,” Mr Sata told journalists on Friday evening after attending the meeting of the Committee of 10 Heads of State on the UN Reforms.