Kenya is a country of more than 300 million people.
The nation of over 2.3 million people, located in the southern part of Africa, is currently a republic, with a unicameral parliament, the presidency, and four legislative chambers.
Its independence has been a long-standing dream of Kenyatta and his wife, Raila Odinga, who led Kenya until she was forced out by a military coup in 2013.
The current government, led by Odingas nephew, has been elected by the legislature, which is composed of mostly opposition politicians.
In January, Odingans vice president, and former prime minister, Mwai Kibaki, was sworn in as president, replacing Odingaras predecessor, Uhuru Kenyatia.
The new government has taken a number of steps to support its goal of independence, including granting the people of Kenya full autonomy.
As of this writing, Kenyas independence has not been confirmed by the United Nations.
What is happening in Kenya?
What is the status of Kenya’s independence?
The United Nations is working on a process to determine whether or not the country should become an independent nation.
The UN’s International Court of Justice, which was established in 1945 to adjudicate disputes between states and territories, has ruled that Kenya should become a sovereign nation, though the U.N. can’t rule on the matter.
The country is currently recognized by the U!
S., and the U !
State Department says it will continue to support the country’s efforts to become independent.
The United States has also issued a series of sanctions, including visa bans, asset freezes, and travel bans, targeting a number different individuals and entities involved in the countrys affairs.
The latest move comes in the wake of a report that revealed Kenya’s new military leadership, headed by the country s first female military commander, is a former U.S. intelligence agent and former U!
In addition, U!
A.F. is accused of using the country as a base for attacks in Somalia and Sudan, and U!
investigators have accused U!
L.O. of conducting secret intelligence operations in Kenya.
What does the report say?
The report released in July 2017 by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that U.L.
Os secret intelligence activities in Kenya “were carried out on the territory of Kenya from 2004 through to 2018, including operations aimed at the establishment of an international terrorist organisation, the ‘Kony 2012’ insurgency, the recruitment of individuals into armed groups and terrorist groups, and the supply of weapons, training, and technical assistance.”
The report also stated that U!
S operations in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, “have led to the recruitment and support of a number people who are linked to the terrorist organisation.”
In addition to the reports that have been published, a number investigations have been carried out into alleged human rights violations committed by U.
S and U.A.
O in Kenya, including allegations that they tortured, murdered, and raped women and girls.
The report states that U !
O.s human rights abuses included rape and torture of detainees, beatings, beatdowns, the detention and torture in camps, and torture and other forms of ill-treatment.
The OCHA also says that UO!
Os secret operation to capture and detain suspected fighters in the Somali Somali conflict “was carried out in violation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.”
U!OA and U !
O have also been accused of human rights abuse in the Sudanese civil war.
The Office of the U .
High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has also released a report alleging that U .
O engaged in “extrajudicial killings and other violations of international human rights law.”
What are the reactions to these reports?
The government of Kenya is under international pressure to allow its citizens to vote in its upcoming presidential election.
Kenyattans are also demanding that the country break away from the U and join the United States.
Some Kenyaks have called for the return of the African Union (AU) and the European Union (EU), which both have close ties to the U of A. A number of Kenyan opposition parties, including the Democratic Alliance for the Republic of Congo, have also called for a breakaway.
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA), which is leading in the polls, is also seeking independence.
Critics of the country say that the U l ocasionally provides aid to the NDA and other opposition groups.
In response to the report released by the OHCHR, Kenya’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ntini Mwangi, said that Kenyathas leaders “are not afraid of criticism, but instead want to live a peaceful life and continue to enjoy the fruits of the nationhood they have achieved.”
In the wake to the latest report,