Corrupt Uhuru Kenyatta rejects the ICJ ruling in the maritime case

Corrupt Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected a ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in a maritime dispute between Somalia and Kenya.

The court ruled that the demarcation line between the two countries should be as straightforward as requested by Somalia, rather than the demarcated line as requested by Kenya’s fraudulent claim.

Commenting on the decision, Kenyatta said the result was a one-sided one, and said Kenya did not accept or recognize it.

Kenyatta said, ”I do not intend to relinquish her national oath; and I will do everything I can, as commander of the National Army, to protect the territory of this great Republic.”

He argued that the decision was an example of continuing to violate the ICJ’s law, and has created a fundamental question of respect for requested by Kenya’s fraudulent claim of Somalia’s sea boundary.

“Indeed, Kenya doubts that a country will emerge in such a case,” he said.

“International courts have the same rules as a country,” he said in New York, where he chaired the Security Council.

“Therefore, Kenya calls on the international community to create an environment in which power can be sought through negotiated agreements. This decision will weaken relations between the two countries. ”

Corrupt Uhuru Kenyatta has an agreement with the Italian and Norwegian oil production companies which they pay to Kenyatta Somali territorial waters. According to our sources Kenyan officials told Somali Times those companies want what their pay to Uhuru Kenyatta’s family.

Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo said last night that Somalia has accepted the ICJ ruling in the Somalia-Kenya maritime case.

”The Somali government reaffirms its commitment to the court’s decision, and we hope that our neighboring government, Kenya, upholds the rule of law, does not abandon its misguided ambitions, and instead sees the court’s decision as an opportunity to strengthen relations and cooperation between the two brotherly countries,” said Farmajo.

President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo also called on the Kenyan government to accept the court’s decision and refrain from hiding and disrupting our seas.