Police boss warns aspirants against incitement
15 January 2013, 12:11
Nakuru Police boss Bernard Kioko has issued a strong warning to all the Aspirants in Nakuru county that they risked being arrested should they incite the public against each other during the Thursdays Nominations.
The Nakuru OCPD said that the police will be keeping a close eye to all the aspiring candidates in the County saying the government was not going to leave anything to chance.
While addressing the media in his office on Tuesday, Kioko said that politicians should maintain good discipline during their rallies while emphasizing the need for aspirants to observe peace.
"We are very keen with the campaigns and that's why we are very busy monitoring each politicians - what they are telling mwananchi," noted the OCPD.
Kioko challenged the public not to cause any mayhem during and after the nominations saying the country was far more important than any other thing.
The OCPD also noted that there will be enough police personnel manning each polling station come the nominations and election day.
At the same time, Kioko quashed the ongoing speculations that the police in Nakuru County were at lax saying that they were very much active keeping peace and maintaining security.
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