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Bobaboda Riders Partner With NCIC to Shun Hate and Violence

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The National Cohesion and Integration Commission has now partnered with the Bodaboda Safety Association of Kenya in a move geared to reduce misuse of riders to cause violence during this electioneering period.

According to Bodaboda Safety Association of Kenya chairman Kevin Mubadi they have engaged all riders at the national level in a summit held in Nairobi and they will now spread the peace gospel to the grassroots.

“The National Cohesion and Integrity Commission has done well to partner with us and we have pledged to the Commission that we shall be the peace ambassadors on ground and should any politician demean that then we shall report such character to the commission,” Mubadi told Ghetto Radio News.

“We have also rolled out sensitization programs in every region so that our members can be told their roles in ensuring that there is peace.” Mubadi said.


Yesterday NCIC vice chairperson Wambui Nyutu warned that her  office  will  work closely with the Ethics Anti-Corruption Commission and electoral commission to lock out politicians perpetrating hate in the August 9th Polls.


“NCIC will recommend to the EACC not to issue integrity certificates to some senior politicians who have failed to abide by values of cohesion,” she said.

The move comes a few weeks after some politicians were summoned and recorded statements while others were charged in court.

She said that the commission had hired personnel who were attending all political meetings and recording politicians involved in hate speech.

By Allan Otieno



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