NAIROBI, Kenya - A top candidate insisted during Kenya's first presidential debate that the crimes against humanity charges he faces at the International Criminal Court won't hinder him from running the country.
Kenya's next presidential election is set for March 4.
All eight presidential candidates cleared by Kenya's electoral authority were present during Monday's live debate, which was widely aired.
Kenyatta was asked about his ability to run the country despite facing the charges by the debate's moderators. An audience of about 200 people also participated in questioning the candidates.