National Cohesion and Intergration Commission, has revealed that they have finalised investigations into the Jacaranda Chaos Witnessed during deputy president Wiliam Ruto's rally a few weeks ago.
The NCIC chairman reverent Samuel Kobia while appearing for a live interview with a local TV channel revealed that they already have evidence and some individuals will be summoned in the course of the week to record statements over the stoning of Ruto's entourage.
"We are very close to summoning those involved in the Jacaranda incident because we now have evidence, we are also monitoring all political rallies as NCIC." Reverent Kobia stated.
Kobia added that currently they have gadgets for monitoring chaos in all the political rallies and will not tolerate those promoting chaos.
This comes amid calls from Ruto's camp on relevant authorities to take action against those who organised the chaos, they have always accused the government of being bias.
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