Angry Martha Karua Slams NCIC For Leaving BBI Proponents on Its List of Shame
By Reliable_News | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 3 views
Former presidential candidate and an advocate of the High Court Martha Karua, yesterday slammed the National Cohesion and Integration Commission, NCIC for being 'selective' on listing political leaders whose utterances have crossed the line.
Speaking in an interview with KTN News, Karua stated that there should never be favoritism from the Commission ad everybody should be treated same as the other despite their political affiliations.
"We must be fair, those in government are the biggest inciters of violence, and the commission should look at all the statements there should be not favouritism."
According to the NCIC's Chairperson Dr. Samuel Kobia, the politicians were listed due to the utterances and behaviors they displayed to the public, which are were in one way compromising the peace of the country.
He added that leaders or any other Kenyan who appears in the list of shame will be barred from holding a public office in future.
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