Build water-tight cases to curb hate speech

What you need to know:

  • The biggest undoing is the failure to severely punish those notorious for engaging in hate speech.
  • The security agencies deserve kudos for quickly rounding up suspects and arraigning them.


For nearly 60 years since independence, Kenya’s democracy has been one of the most vibrant in Africa. Elections have generally been free and fair, with any aggrieved losers having legal recourse. This is an enviable tradition that enables the people to vie or exercise their right to choose their leaders from the grassroots to the top.

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