Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Hecklers In Political Rallies To Be Arrested

No nonsense Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery has ordered the police to arrest individuals who heckle politicians during political rallies.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have suffered the wrath of crowds who have expressed their outrage by heckling them.

DP William Ruto takes the cake of the most heckled powerful politicians in Kenya if the clips being circulated on social media are anything to go by.

Leaders, especially the women, will benefit from this new directive as it will shield them from rowdy crowds.

The CS also assured female aspirants of security during their campaigns.

Nkaissery, who was addressing a meeting of female aspirants, also put on notice individuals using vile language against politicians in rallies saying they will face prosecution.

Candidates are now required to arm their handlers with cameras and voice recorders to capture offenders for successful prosecution.


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