NCIC warns politicians fanning hatred in BBI rallies

Politicians have been warned against uttering incitement messages in the ongoing Building Bridges Initiative rallies across the country. The National Cohesion and Integration Commission says even as momentum gains on the BBI report in the country, Political class should be careful not to use the process to cause division among Kenyans. Addressing media in Nakuru on Thursday after holding a 2-hours meeting with Rift valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya, the NCIC commissioners led by Danvas Makori said as a commission they will take stern action against such politicians. Commissioner Makori…

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Some students yet to report to schools despite calmness in clash prone areas

Nakuru County director of education Isaac Atebe has said that despite normalcy returning back to the clash areas of Nessuit, Marishoni and Ndoswa in Njoro and Molo sub-counties respectively, some of the schools still experience absenteeism of some learners who have not gone resumed back their studies. Speaking in his office, Atebe said that majority of the schools have picked up and preparing for the national examinations that is scheduled to kick in some weeks to come. He lauded the report released by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) on…

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Government committed to restoring peace in clashes prone areas,says Commissioner

The Government is committed to ensuring normalcy returns to Nessuit, Njoro sub county of Nakuru as well as Ol-Pusimoru on the border of Narok and Nakuru counties. Speaking in Nakuru Town on Tuesday during a peace dialogue for communities living in Njoro sub counties Forum Rift Valley regional Coordinator Mwongo Chimwanga admitted that already normalcy has began returning in the area for the last two weeks. “We have met here to find a lasting solution to what is ailing us in Njoro and Molo as well as parts of Narok…

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Nakuru County Kalenjin professionals fault Senator Ledama’s sentiments

Nakuru County Kalenjin professionals fault Senator Ledama’s sentimentsNakuru County Kalenjin professionals have hit out at Narok Senator Ledama ole Kina over remarks he made on 25th September 2018. The remarks according to the Kalenjin Professional living in Nakuru have the potential to cause animosity between the Maasai and Kipsigis communities in the area. Addressing media in Nakuru on Thursday led by Peter Koech, the professionals have called on the government to ensure that the law faces up with such leaders. “We have heard that our leaders were arrested in Njoro…

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NCIC warns politicians against inciting locals into violence in Ol-Pusimoru,Narok

The National cohesion and integration commission-NCIC has warned politicians against inciting members of the public into violence in Ol-Pusimoru area of Narok County that the law will face up with them. NCIC chief executive officer Hassan Mohammed issued the warning in Nakuru on Thursday saying that a cessation notice has already been issued to Narok Senator Ledama ole Kina over remarks he made on 25th September 2018. The remarks according to NCIC have the potential to cause animosity between the Maasai and Kipsigis communities. “Leaders in Narok, Nakuru, Bomet and…

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Former Mayor slams at MCAs over Chicken Bill

Former Nakuru Mayor Benson Mwangi has slammed at Nakuru County Assembly MCAs over the tabled Bill that if passed will see those rearing chicken in Nakuru without permit being fined 500,000 shillings. Addressing media in Nakuru on Thursday, the former mayor said the bill if passed will be a big blow to Nakuru residents terming the fine unbearable. “The county assembly of Nakuru can pass more bills that are paramount, but we see them passing as bills is unbearable. How can you put high penalty on Kenyans through some bills?I…

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