ODM pioneer Raila Odinga has cautioned MPs against condemning the hawker versus lines account.
In a proclamation on Wednesday, Raila engaged the administrators to permit DP William Ruto to proceed with his motto without being halted.
Nazism was a philosophy of the Nazi party which controlled Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945.
Nazism profiled German culture on the lines of race, social classes, and clan.
It had the Aryan race, which is considered the expert race, and whose endurance Hitler fixed on the end of Jews, Romanis, or Gypsies.
"These philosophies made a lot of injury Germany and the world. They finished in the Holocaust. I dread the "hawkers versus lines" account will have similar destructive ramifications for Kenya as Nazism accomplished for Germany," Raila said.
"Be that as it may, I would unequivocally interest MPs to drop any endeavors to administer against this generally dangerous trademark," Raila said.
Raila said that Kenya battled with the expectation of complimentary discourse and relationship with the happening to the 2010 constitution.
"We ought to have the option to permit Ruto and his group to proceed with their picked motto with no restraints," he said.
"Those of us who see its risks should keep instructing our kin against getting bulldozed. I have Faith that Kenyans will see through the disruptive and possibly lethal way of talking and its assaults on Kenyans and reject it in the finishes."
The National Security Committee was wanting to prohibit DP Ruto's hawker crusade trademark.
The Committee which is driven by Kiambaa MP Paul Koinange is behind the National Cohesion and Integration (Amendment) Bill 2021.
The bill looks to force tough measures against the individuals who spread the ''tricksters versus administrations'' account.
The proposed Bill expresses that any individual who instigates Kenyans along the ''hawkers versus lines'' split could be detained for a very long time or pay a fine of Sh5 million.
"An individual who has been excused or taken out from the office for the negation of segments 62(1) and 62A(1) is precluded from holding some other State or Public Office," the proposed bill states.
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