Controversial Emurua Dikir Member of Parliament, Hon Johanna Ngeno, has finally broke the silence after being named by NCIC in the list of Shame. In his speech NCIC Chairperson, Dr Samuel Kobia stated that; Mp Ngeno, Ex-Nairobi Boss Mike Sonko, Mp Simba Arati and Mp Sylvanus Osoro have 'Uttered words or engaged in activities that undermine peace in the Country'. According to Dr Kobia, any politician who will appear on the list for three times will not be allowed to hold any Political seat. While speaking
The NCIC body has once again stamped his authority over some lawmakers who have gone against the stipulated regulations and ethics governing the political leaders in the country.
The Former Prime Minister Mr. Raila Odinga on Thursday criticized the National Cohesion and Integration Commission, NCIC led by Dr. Samuel Kobia for including Dagoretti North Member of Parliament Simba Arati in the list of shame. Speaking on Spice FM on Thursday, Raila stated that Arati acted out of his self defense from attack by South Mugirango's Member of Parliament Sylvanus Osoro. The two legislators caused a stand off on Monday during the burial ceremony of Joash Maangi's father in Kisii County. Announcing
National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) is a commission that deals with promoting peace and unity in the country.The Commission is under the leadership of Dr. Samuel Kobia.
NCIC chairman Rev Samuel Kobia.[Source/NCIC] The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has summoned ten MPs to record statements over alleged violence in the just concluded by-elections.
The Nation Cohesion and Intergration Commission (NCIC) has broken its silence over the chaotic events that were witnessed on Thursday this week in the by-election that were held across the country.
The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) of Kenya is a government agency.It is intended to address and reduce inter-ethnic conflicts.
The political allies to the Deputy President William Ruto have cried foul over how the DCI and NCIC bodies are mistreating some other leaders in the country.
Kenya is headed down the wrong route, which might not end well for the country, the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has warned. The commission has raised the alarm regarding the rising political temperatures and in the country, which has seen three incidences of political violence recorded within a month. It now says that Kenya could soon find herself in a problem similar to the one she was in after the 2007 elections, once the political dislike and intolerance cases worsen and things get
With only 18 months left to the general elections Kenya' s political temperatures continue rising day by day, the political heat from leaders is expected to rise as they scramble for positions, form new alliances and make their pledges. National Cohesion and Integration Commission headed by Samuel Kobia will now have more cases as politicians will be undercutting each other. Kenyan politics is rarely domestic and therefore more donors will be pumping funds into the political system. Funding of elections to influence
Today while speaking at the NTV television, Simba Arati (Dagoreti North MP) claims that it was wrong for Sylvanus Osoro to grab him the microphone while delivering his speech at a funeral in Kisii. This caused a fight between the two leaders interrupting the ceremony which was attended by Dp Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga. The fight has raised great concern among the citizens. Today, the two MPs were listed in the list of shame by the NCIC with a claim to have shown a dishonourable behaviour and utterances
National Cohesion and Integration Commission chaired by Dr. Samuel Kobia has summoned ten leaders from different political parties to appear to the commission following the allegations on the malpractices and chaos that occurred in the Kabuchai and Matungu by-elections.
Mp Oscar Sudi photo / file Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has told the government of Kenya to immediately stop arresting former Nairobi governor Mike every time to time Addressing the press , Sudi said hustler nation is not happy on how its Supporters are being arrested and chased by the government. "We don't know why the government arrested Sonko who is our supporter as Hustler nation, we are asking the government to stop arresting Sonko or decide to kill him to be easy for them to do what they want,"
A day after the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) listed impeached Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, Members of Parliament Johanna Ngeno, Silvanus Osoro and Simba Arati in a list of Shame, more leaders have come out trashing it. According to the NCIC chairperson Dr Samuel Kobia, the agency listed the politicians for their unruly behaviour and for making utterances that threatened the national unity, and warned those who continues with the vice will face the full force of Law. "If a politician or
10 politicians have today been summoned by The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC).The legislators who are being interrogated NCIC are accused of taking part in the chaos which were witnessed during Thursday 4 March by-elections.
Nation Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has shortlisted some politicians on the list of shame. The politicians seem to cause violence and tensions or even incitement which is dangerous among the citizens since it might lead to hatred and violence . The names included; Mike Sonko ( former governor of Nairobi) , , Emurua Dikir MP Johanna Ng'eno , Simba Arati- MP Dagoretti North and South Mugirango MP Sylvanus Osoro. Johanna Ng'eno has been accused of incitement charges. He mentioned
NCIC Chairperson Dr. Samuel Kobia/Courtesy The Chairperson of the National Cohesion Integration and Commission Mr Samuel Kobia on Saturday announced that the commission had summoned ten lawmakers on Monday following the chaos and violence that was witnessed during Thursday's by-elections.
National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) on Saturday summoned Senator Cleophas Malala, Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga, and Homa Bay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga among others.The team has been summoned by the commission in its spirited fight against political intolerance as 2022 approaches.
The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has named the former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko together with three others in its list of shame over a political violence. The other three include MPs of Dagorretti North, South Mugirango and Emurua Dikiri. The NCIC Chairman Samuel Kobia said that the commission shall publish the names of politicians and citizens whose words or conduct may undermine peace and harmony pursuant to the NCIC Act 2008.the commission expressed great concern at the increasing
The national Cohesion and Integration commission is concerned with the political intolerance that was witnessed in the just concluded by-elections in some parts of the country.Elections is a democratic right for Kenyans.Despite, the by-elections were marred with incidences of violence and various electoral malpractices.