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'Apologies Not Enough, Stern Action Should Be Taken Against Hate Speech Mongers' - Religious Leaders

A section of religious leaders have underscored that it is imperative for stern action to be taken against elected leaders found guilty of perpetuating hate speech and tribal segregation across the country.Picture for illustrative purpose.

This comes after three different legislators; Meru Senator Mithika Linturi, his Kericho counterpart Aaron Cheruiyot and Kitutu Chache MP Richard Onyonka, were probed over alleged incitement claims in the span of one week.https://t.co/7yykmk42jy

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This attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.

Noteably, majority who reacted to the above quoted religious leaders bold remarks against hate speech mongers, brought out the issue of religious space and political interests.

*Selective justice is injustice, we talk about Senator Linturi today yet we fail to talk about other few politician's similar incitement remarks.

*At least some churches have refused for their altars to be converted to political podiums, we are headed in the right direction.Picture for illustrative purpose.

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Aaron Cheruiyot Kericho Kitutu Mithika Linturi Stern

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