Intelligence sources report that there is an emergence of politically fueled ethnic animosity in Kenya.
Intelligence reports confirm that politicians have been attacking the Kenyan government with the intent of entrenching the widespread belief that one community is predominantly benefiting from the national government than the rest in the general public.
Leaflets threatening Kenyans circulated May 29th in the areas of Meteitei and Nandi Hills in Kenya’s Rift Valley region calling on all Kikuyu in those areas to leave.
In Eastern region on May 26th, police arrested three men in connection with distributing leaflets calling on non-Embu people to vacate Mbeere town, which is also home to a minority of Kikuyus, Somalis and Indians.
Politicians including Alfred Keter, Zakayo Cheruiyot and opposition leaders from the CORD party must watch their political steps carefully and avoid making utterances that threaten peace and unity of the Kenyan republic.