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It Has Landed DP Ruto In Trouble; Government Reacts As DP Ruto’s Ally Arrested

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Political & Crime Reporter/ Nyanza Region Correspondent/

The government has reacted on DP William Ruto’s ally, the Meru Senator Mithika Linturi over his sentiments in Ruto’s rally at Eldoret sports ground on Saturday. Senator Linturi was spotted over his utterance that tends to ignite violence.

Linturi’s utterances tends to land Deputy president William Ruto into trouble as his ally bans the show. The action has been marked as hate speech that tends to arise violence ahead of the general election set to be held in August this year. As the boss DP Ruto is left disturbed over the remarkes by the ally that gives a reflection of any form of violence that might emanate.

Senator Linturi’s utterances attaracted the attention of Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Nordin Haji who wrote a letter to Inspector General of Police (IG) Hirray Mutyambai seeking for the investigation against Senator Linturi’s utterances he made in Deputy President  William Ruto’s rally.

Photo: Meru Senator Mithika Linturi arrested.







“My attention has been drawn to a video clip circulating on social media portraying Mithika Linturi allegedly addressing a crowd and stating that ‘…. watu wa Uasin Gishu musicheze na Kenya, kile nawaombeni kwamba madoa doa yale mulionayo hapa muweze kuondoa,’ which utterances could incite feelings of contempt, hatred, hostility, violence or discrimination,” DPP Nordin Haji stated

However, Meru Senator Mithika Linturi has been arrested by police and taken to Nakuru police station to pen a statement over his utterance. He further apologized to the public for the disturbing sentiments he made and affirmed to clear the air on the statement.

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