Lesuuda said on Tuesday that the Cord chief's remarks to Narok residents on Saturday amounted to hate speech as he allegedly asked the public to prepare their bows and arrows for a storm to the IEBC.
“Police should arrest the Cord leader and launch investigations into his remarks,” she said at Baragoi Primary School during the issuing of laptops to class one pupils.
Raila is said to have issued the remarks during a rally in Narok town, with regard to the forceful removal of IEBC commissioners.
He had accused the Jubilee government of slowness in the process of hiring a new team to replace the nine who negotiated their exit packages with representatives from several state organisations.
Lesuuda said his remarks were uncalled for as he is a senior politicians who should not incite members of the public.
She warned the country will not have peaceful elections if .....continue reading
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