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"Stop Threats And Intimidation", Kenyans Express Anger After CS Matiang'i Makes New Directives

The country is preparing to hold 2022 general elections come August next time. This now put the matter in hands of the security agencies in the country to get readt for any eventuality.

The ministry of interior have today hold a meeting with regional and country commissioners as preparation for the general election. The cabinet secretary who spoke at the event, made a directive that has not been received well by the citizens.

In his address, the CS stated that his docket, ministry of interior will deploy multi-agency team to map hate speech hotspots across the country starting next week.

Kenyans on tweeter believed that his directive was a threat and intimidation questioning the the specific regions with such hotspot. One user went ahead and told the CS to go slow since the citizens are already overburdened with high taxation hence they don't see any need for voting come next year's general elections.

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