Kibra Communities Warn Politicians Against Hate Mongering
Minority communities in Kibra have come out to condemn the recent hate mongering among politicians saying it is dangerous for their coexistence.
Led by Ali Hussein of Nubian Community the residents claim that the utterances are uncalled for and relevant authorities should take prompt action against perpetrators.
“We want to tell them that if they don’t control their tongues then we are staring at danger and our authorities must now take action against these individuals who have started perpetrating the same and it should cut across the political divide,” Ali said.
“For Example we are the minority in Kibra when you call such tribes madoadoa what are you telling Kenyans …that’s a clear incitement we must tame them as early as now,” Roba Shaku told Ghetto Radio News.
They have vowed to preach peace in Kibra as we head to General Elections.
“We know what we went through in 2007/2008 post elections violence ..and if those politicians are not aware we have videos we shall sat them down let and let them watch…for us we shall preach pease all over Kibra and beyond,” Abu Ahmed said.
Meru senator Mithika Linturi has already been charged at Nakuru Court over his “madoadoa” remarks.
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