Members of the Kikuyu community living in Western Kenya have been warned of serious consequences if Bungoma Senator, Moses Wetangula, is struck off from the voters’ register over vote bribery claims.
According to leaflets distributed in Kimilili, Bungoma and Webuye towns, members of the Kikuyu community (Basebe) have been warned against interfering with “Mulembe affairs”.
“We believe what the Senator is going through has little or nothing to do with the purported election petition,” part of the leaflet reads.
“It is a matter being fronted by those who have always stood in the way of the aspirations of the Mulembe nation to ascend to the leadership of our nation.”
The leaflet says that the “assault” will not be taken lightly and that those “undermining our people should simplyD|bk and leave us in peace”.
Bungoma County Commissioner, Mohamed Maalim, has confirmed about these leaflets but assured Mt Kenya people not to fear because the Government will soon arrest the culprits.