Kenya's Parliament opens June 8th, which explains why VP Biden will arrive in Kenya this evening, where " . . . as a show of confidence in the Proposed Constitution by the Obama Administration, Biden is expected to announce funds the US will be dishing out to the Government in support of the process, according to US Ambassador Michael Rannerberger." I guess America has a lot of spare money to give away to Obama's 'homeland'.
'No' Team: Why is US interested in our internal affairs?
By Munene Kamau
June 7, 2010
Leaders opposed to the Proposed Constitution have defended themselves against claims they are opposed to having a constitutional dispensation.
At the same time, the group that took its campaigns to Runyenjes in Embu questioned the interests of the US Government in the Kenyan constitutional affairs, saying President Barack Obama’s administration was pushing the local leadership to adopt the draft.
[snip]Questioning the interests of the Obama’s administration in the "country’s internal affairs", Ruto and Linturi claimed the visit to the country of US Vice-President Joe
"What is the interest of the US Government in our review process? This is an internal affair and Kenya is a sovereign state," said Mr Linturi.
Read more . . .