Uhuru Reveals What is Written in His New Book

President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that he will be unveiling his autobiography that reveals among other issues his tribulations after he was indicted for crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Kenyatta says his emotional turmoil, memories and experiences during his trial at the ICC will take up a chapter or two of his autobiography.

Speaking to Journalists in Brussels, Belgium, the President indicated that he would also be penning down his political journey from 1992 when retired president Daniel Moi nominated him to Parliament including the painful loss in his 2002 presidential bid.

Kenyatta’s book, which is expected to be intriguing, will also outline his dreams and challenges while in the battle for the country’s top most job.

"All the intrigues will be captured in the book, I ask Kenyans to be patient. All questions the journalists have will also be answered in my book," he said.

The Head of State maintains that his life as a public figure has not been an easy one and especially when he had to concede defeat after losing the 2002 Presidential election to Retired President Mwai Kibaki.

"I was disappointed with the outcome but I felt happy that, as a first timer, I had done well. But I felt disappointed as anybody would feel, that I had lost,” Kenyatta stated.

The autobiography will also lay bare why Uhuru decided to support President Kibaki in 2007 when he was the Opposition leader.

President Kenyatta, however, stated he would only release the book after his retirement.