Gideon warns leaders against incitement
Baringo Senator Gideon Moi was addressing the congregation at AIPCA church in Bahati, Nairobi on for the thanksgiving service.
Kanu boss Gideon Moi has warned politicians against making utterances that may incite people into violence, stating that such leaders will be held responsible.
The Baringo Senator said that those imagining that they will use their community as a shield should be ready to face the consequences of their action. Senator Gideon pleaded with residents of Rift Valley to be careful with leaders whose agenda is to incite one group against another.
He says that“especially my colleagues from Rift Valley, be very careful because this time around people will be held accountable for their action, no one will not go scot free thinking that your community will be your shield,” added Senator.
He also called upon the church to play a role in ensuring the country get the right leaders.
President who respects the Constitution, but those of us who serve under him must also respect the Constitution.
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