Keep off hate speech,Jubilee party tell politicians

Keep off hate speech,Jubilee party tell politicians

BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,16TH JUNE,2017-The Jubilee party has pointed out  what it says in the ever increasing  hate mongering by politicians in the country.In a statement read by the  party’s secretary general Raphael Tuju  at the party’s headquarters in Nairobi  on Friday the party says no politician is above the law and anyone found capable should face the full arm of the law.

Tuju was blamed the opposition coalition NASA’s politicians  for what is says was  their sentiments that could end up inciting the country into chaos.”We cannot allow politicians to propel themselves politically be propagating ethnic hate”he said.

On his part nominated member of parliament Johnston Sakaja said all politicians should remember that even at election time the law was still in operation. He also urged the National cohesion and integration commission NCIC ,IEBC and the director of criminal investigation DCI to ensure that no single politician goes scot free should they be found capable of propagating ethnic hate.”none is above the law, let us be careful with what we say so that we do not end up burning our country”he said.

The two were speaking in response to NASA leaders Musalia Mudavadi,Moses Wetangula and James Orengo who on Thursday accused the president and his deputy William Ruto of using state resources in their campaigns.

They also called upon the DPP to prosecute seven cabinet secretaries whom they claim have gone against the law in campaigning for president Kenyatta re-election in the August 8th Elections.





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