The Principal Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government programs PS Karanja Kibicho has recommended tough measures against those disrespecting president Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to him, they should be punished incase they do not stop their constant abuses that are normally levelled towards His Excellency the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta.
He has vowed that he will not allow people to disrespect the president noting that if disciplining them would be the way to go, they would go towards that route by all means possible.
"Let us discipline them if we have to. Let them cry if they want to," he said, "We shall be accountable to God, Kenyans and the Head of State if we let them down," he added.
This comes days after the deputy president William Ruto and his allies accused Karanja Kibicho and the Cabinet Secretary of Interior CS Fred Matiang'i of selective enforcement of the law.
They were also accused of supporting the Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader Raila Amollo Odinga ahead of the forthcoming presidential elections.
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