President elect Uhuru Kenyatta holds the bible in his right hand as 

President elect Uhuru Kenyatta holds the bible in his right hand as he take oath of office as the fourth president of the Republic of Kenya at Moi International Sports Complex in Nairobi, Kenya Tuesday, April 9, 2013, watched by his wife Margaret Uhuru, right and the Supreme court judge, Willy Mutunga, left and  Chief Registrar of the Supreme court Glady Sholey.Uhuru Kenyatta was sworn in as the Kenya's fourth president Tuesday in a stadium filled with tens of thousands of Kenyans and a dozen African leaders. Kenyatta, 51, the son of Kenya's first president, becomes the second sitting African president to face charges at the International Criminal Court over allegations he helped orchestrate the vicious tribe-on-tribe violence that marred Kenya's 2007 presidential election. A jubilant crowd swathed in Kenyatta's campaign color of red loudly interrupted the swearing-in with rapturous cheers. (AP Photo/Sayuyid Azim)
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President elect Uhuru Kenyatta holds the bible in his right hand as he take oath of office as the fourth president of the Republic of Kenya at Moi International Sports Complex in Nairobi, Kenya Tuesday, April 9, 2013, watched by his wife Margaret Uhuru, right and the Supreme court judge, Willy Mutunga, left and Chief Registrar of the Supreme court Glady Sholey.Uhuru Kenyatta was sworn in as the Kenya's fourth president Tuesday in a stadium filled with tens of thousands of Kenyans and a dozen African leaders. Kenyatta, 51, the son of Kenya's first president, becomes the second sitting African president to face charges at the International Criminal Court over allegations he helped orchestrate the vicious tribe-on-tribe violence that marred Kenya's 2007 presidential election. A jubilant crowd swathed in Kenyatta's campaign color of red loudly interrupted the swearing-in with rapturous cheers. (AP Photo/Sayuyid Azim)
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