SAM OMWENGA: Abusing the President is not exercising freedom of speech

Let us be respectful of the presidency and the person occupying the office.

In Summary

• As the late John Michuki once warned, “If you rattle a snake, be prepared to be bitten by it.”

• There has been a lot of snake rattling, including the Sudi case, but it has not bitten.


Kenyans have taken the freedom of speech guaranteed in the Constitution to a level not even its creators contemplated.

The manner in which Kenyans disrespect, insult, and even taunt President ...

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