National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) Chairman Dr. Rev. Samuel Kobia gestures during a media briefing at the commission offices where they called for unity in the discussions over the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) rallies being held all over the country. Picture by Francis Nderitu

NCIC Chair Samuel Kobia on Spot for ‘Inciting Remarks’

Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has condemned the utterances made by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) Chairman Rev. Samuel Kobia terming them as inciting.

The Governor has stated that Uasin Gishu is the most peaceful County and will remain peaceful before and after the August 2022 general election.

Rev. Kobia spoke on Monday at an interview on national television, insinuating that some people in Burnt Forest and other affected areas could not go back to their farms over a decade after the 2007/08 post-poll chaos.

Rev. Samuel Kobia.

The Governor confirmed that all the IDPs are on their farms after efforts of reconciliation done by neighbors and local leadership.

Mandago further called on leaders to desist from divisive politics that can alter the peace that the country has enjoyed over time.

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Speaking in Kesses Sub County, the county boss also called on youths to be cautious about what they post on social media.

Mandago in Kesses on January 12, 2022.

He challenged them to use the platforms to preach peace.

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