The Deputy President William Ruto on Friday broke his silence after the NCIC banned the use of some phrases that Politicians like Using in Political rallies. According to NCIC chairman Samwel Kobia,the words are inflammatory hence should not be used. The words include Sipangwingwi which the deputy president's side kenya kwanza is fond of using during Campaigns.
National Cohesion and Intergration Commission (NCIC) has today released a statement clarifying its stand on claims by a section of politicians that his recent ban on the usage of some words or slogans were targeting their political camps. In a statement, the Commission headed by the chairman Samwel Kobia stated that they are only concerned on how the words are being used ahead of the awaited August 9 general elections.
The National Cohesion and Intergration Commission (NCIC) has listed several English, Kiswahili and vernacular words and phrases that it treats as hate speeches in a statement released today, April 8, 2022. In the list is the popular phrase "Sipangwingwi", that is widely used in the Deputy President William Ruto's camp.
The National Cohesion and Intergration Commission (NCIC) has finally announced that it will grill the Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga on his return from the United kingdom, following his ' madoadoa' statement in wajir County in a past political Rally. Addressing the media on Friday March 18, the NCIC chair Samwel Kobia confirmed that they are set to grill the ODM leader, as well as other 36 Bloggers allied to the two major political outfits in Kenya, following their hate speech messages.
After the NCIC outlawed the use of certain terms that politicians like to employ in political rallies, Deputy President William Ruto broke his silence on Friday. According to NCIC chairman Samwel Kobia, the terms are incendiary and should not be used. The words include Sipangwingwi, a phrase popularized by the vice president's side, Kenya Kwanza, during campaign rallies.
The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) established through parliamentary act in a move to help in solving the grievances of the marginalised and oppressed people in Kenya. The commission came to public lime light when it was headed by former national speaker Hon Francis Olekaparo . During the reign of Olekaparo as the commission chairman many communities who fealt oppressed saw their grievances being solved in employment sector after they were allocated slots . The commission established an