Is political intolerance now a campaign tool?

A similar incident was witnessed when Jimi Wanjigi, who is seeking ODM ticket to run for president, was attacked in Migori

In Summary

• We have witnessed failures of the NCIC to decisively deal with cases of political incitement in political campaigns and this trend is likely to continue unabated.

• Unfortunately, if the situation is not arrested in good time, we are normalising violence as an election tool as we gear up for high gear power plays ahead of the 2022 polls.

What will be the net effect of allowing violence to reign in an election year?

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