Don’t worry if you are the one, you have definitely reaped what you planted. The four are to be taken to court soon as the commission has collected enough evidence against them after a two month investigation.
Dr Mzalendo Kibunjia, head NCIC said Kenyans are using social media to spread hate, incitement and tribalism making it hard to control and monitor unlike in public rallies, SMS, emails and music.
The commission also asked President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta and Prime Minister Raila Odinga to be on the forefront of promoting peace and national cohesion before and after elections.
According to Kibunja, no country has successfully controlled internet hate speech as it was at times hard to track down the identities while those posts reported have been pulled down and some of the sites are hosted out of the country.