National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula, has now issued a new directive to Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss Amin Mohammed over a social media post that was aimed at attacking the Muslims.
In a Facebook account that is claiming to be Wetangula, disparaged Muslims over their morning prayers.
"It's coming to the end 2022 and Muslims should also embrace technology and buy alarm clocks or set alarms on their classy phones. There is really no sense in appointing someone to be yelling at the whole estate at 4 am in the name of waking them up to go pray!" read the post.
However, reacting to the post, Wetangula flagged off the account as fake and said that the account is being used to taint his name. He further asked the DCI to look into the matter and ensure that the owner behind the fake account is brought to book.
"My attention has been drawn to a post making rounds on social media using my name. Please note that the account being used to circulate the content is Fake. I have alerted relevant authorities to look into the matter and take appropriate [email protected]_Kenya," said Wetangula.
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