Kenyans are about to walk in a painful path as the Coalition Of Reforms and Democracy (CORD) threatens to call for mass disobedience if Moses Kuria, the Gatundu South Member of Parliament is not prosecuted over the incitement remarks.
Speaking to journalists at a function in Likoni Mombasa, CORD leaders expressed their dissatisfaction over Moses Kuria’s exemption from hate speech charges.
The threat comes barely a week after Moses Kuria armed Central Kenya youths with machetes and asked them to cut the heads of those opposed to NYS projects.
The party is yet to make a detailed formal announcement on how they intend to go by. Nonetheless, the government has rubbished those claims and dared the opposition to bring it on.