The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has cautioned Narok Senator Ledama ole Kina to stop issuing utterances bordering on incitement.
At the same time the NCIC, in a statement issued in Nakuru town on Thursday, said the utterances made on Tuesday by the senator were out to incite the communities in the clash-torn region.
In a letter signed by the commission’s Secretary Hassan Mohammed, NCIC said the senator’s utterances are likely to affect the harmonious coexistence of communities living in the Mau complex.
“It has come to the attention of the commission that Mr Ledama ole Kina uttered words that are likely to affect harmonious and peaceful coexistence among communities living around the Mau complex”, said the statement.
The statement, directly quoting the utterances by the senator, further specified that the words have the potential to cause ethnic hatred between two communities living in the region.
The commission has ordered the senator to stop issuing such utterances with immediate effect.
“Failure to comply with the notice is an offence as provided for under Section 63(c) of the National Cohesion and Integration Act,” read the letter.
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