Hatemongers should be dealt with firmly

Mithika Linturi

Meru Senator Mithika Linturi when he appeared before the Nakuru Law Courts on January 11, 2022. He was released on a Sh5 million bond with a surety of similar amount or an alternative cash bail of Sh2 million in his incitement case.

Photo credit: Cheboite Kigen | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • Inciters should be dealt with severely by the security authorities to serve as a deterrent to others, says C. Maiyo.
  • Ruth Gituma says she was amazed by the simplicity with which the bodies of Charles Njonjo and Richard Leakey were recently disposed of.

Hatemongers • As they step up campaigns for the August general election, C. Maiyo moans, most politicians are dragging the country towards possible chaos. “It is the shame of political incitement and unnecessary divisions. The inciters should be dealt with severely by the security authorities so that the actions of these leaders can serve as a deterrent to others.” His contact is [email protected] gmail.com.

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