National Assembly majority leader Aden Duale was caught on audio addressing a crowd in Garissa and inciting residents from the town to chase away Kambas in their town.
Two days after his hate speech remarks, it has been reported that two people from the Kamba community have been attacked and this has created tension to Kenyans living in Garissa town.
According to former Garissa MP, Farah Maalim, Duale’s remarks has caused tension and separation to the people living in the tow and asked the government to apply the same justice without being selective based on political parties or ideas.
Earlier on, word had it that Duale had been summoned at the Directorate of Criminal Investigation headquarters (DCI) in Nairobi.
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