Kenyans have referred to the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) as partisan in reference to the distasteful comments made by Gatundu South Mp, Moses Kuria but no action taken against him.
Chairman Francis Ole Kaparo on Friday said that he did not have knowledge of any ‘uncultured’ remarks made by the Kiambu legislator.
Kuria is said to have ethnically incited his supporters against other Kenyans.
While campaigning for President Uhuru Kenyatta, the Mp said ‘a manhunt was on for the 200,000 voters who did not come out to vote and the 70,000 who voted for the other demon.’
Agitated Kenyans are of the opinion that the former speaker was hesitant about taking action against a certain people.
— Geety Daniels (@counselDaniels) September 8, 2017
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) September 8, 2017
#PartisanNCIC will have to be disbanded. Ole Kaparo is the worst tragedy to ever happen to cohesion efforts in Kenya, after Jubilee.
— D I K E M B E (@Disembe) September 8, 2017
Toothless Ole Kaparo is still with the NCIC to fatten his pension package ?#partisanNCIC
— susan njagi (@SueKE254) September 8, 2017
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