Hate speech likely to cause violence ahead of elections
Just as NGOs council chairman Stephen Kemboi has said, it is true politicians should stop inciting Kenyans through hate speech. Kenyans want to have a peaceful general election. However, if hate speech and incitement continue unabated among the politicians, violence is likely to occur. The opposition and the government should politick without creating divisions. President Uhuru Kenyatta has also warned leaders against making inflammatory remarks because it could jeopardise reconciliation efforts.
ANN SILA Machakos