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Human rights groups on Friday critisised the Kenyan government for allowing Sudanese president Omar Hassan Al Bashir to take part in the celebration of the country's new constitution. The Human Rights Watch, the global organisation champions civil rights of people, sent a statement urging Kenya to arrest Al-Bashir on Friday if he enters Kenya but call went unheeded. The International Center For Conflict and Policy (ICPC) also called for immediate arrest of Bashir who is wanted by the†International Criminal Court (ICC) for alleged human rights violations in Darfur. "Inviting President Bashir to Kenya is an act of impunity and†a clear indication that Kenya is not ready to cooperate with the ICC. His presence here is an insult to the people of Kenya and the victims of the post-election violence," said ICPC executive director Ndung'u Wainaina. Foreign Affair minister, Moses Wetangula was later reported saying, Kenya could not arrest Bashir since he was a state guest hence it could be improper for Kenya to embarrass him. Our mission is to realize the unity and cooperation of all Kenyans in the Diaspora through sharing of knowledge, ideas, concepts, and experiences whose sum total is to enhance the social, economic and political prosperity of the nation of Kenya. Our purpose is to unite all Kenyan individuals and organizations around the globe addressing their social, economic and political challenges. Members shall share ideas through intellectual discussions to boost resource mobilisation and fundraisings, charitable causes, advocacy for good governance, promotion of democracy and social justice and creation of equal opportunities for the Kenyan people. In the International scene, the organization shall forge for a working partnership with public, private and international organizations. It will also work closely with all Kenyan missions abroad. They will be taking questions live on East Africa Radio USA today ...?