•Speaking in Meru on Friday, Kindiki insisted that politics of violence and incitement must come to an end.
•The Sunday chaos saw angry residents slaughter one cow and burnt mattresses that Mwangaza had come to donate to the public in the Makiri area.
Interior CS Kithure Kindiki has directed the police not to issue permits for meetings which can result in chaos.
Speaking in Meru on Friday, Kindiki insisted that politics of violence and incitement must come to an end.
"Security agencies are instructed not to permit any political leader(s) to convene meetings and gatherings that can result in chaos. No politicians who will be allowed despite his rank to cause chaos and destroy property," he said.
His remarks come after the chaos was witnessed during Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza's 'Okolea Program’ function at Makiri, Igembe South Constituency on Sunday.
The Sunday chaos saw angry residents slaughter one cow and burnt mattresses that Mwagaza had come to donate to the public.
Police had to use teargas canisters to disperse the protesters.
"There is no politician who will be allowed, despite his rank, to cause chaos and destroy property," Kindiki warned.
Kindiki said all the culprits will be arrested.
At least 10 suspects were arrested over the chaos that was experienced and at the same time, the deputy Isaac Mutuma was grilled at the County's Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) office.
Mutuma and her boss Mwangaza have been engaged in a bitter leadership brawl since the two leaders were elected.
In addition, CS Kindiki highlighted that acts of lawlessness witnessed in Maua Town last Sunday are intolerable and will not be allowed in any part of the country.
"Political differences must not be used to incite violence, destruction of property and public disorder," he added.
The CS emphasized that all persons linked to the chaos and vandalism of private and public property, attacks on journalists and police officers must record statements with the investigative agencies and those found culpable apprehended and prosecuted in accordance with the law.