We will abide by DPP’s directive, says NCIC
15 August 2012, 14:45
Nairobi – The National Cohesion and Integration Commission said Tuesday it will abide by the directive from Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko to charge two legislators with hate speech.
Commission chairman Mzalendo Kibunjia said they are awaiting formal communication from Tobiko on the charges facing Nairobi Metropolitan Development Minister Jamleck Kamau and Peter Mwathi of Limuru before taking action.
“Regarding this particular case, the advice sought from the DPP has not been communicated, other than the statements appearing in a section of the media,” Kibunjia said.
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