Deputy Police spokesperson Charles Owino has said anybody who disrupts Miguna Miguna's meetings will be charged.
He also said Miguna himself will be arrested if he makes inflammatory speeches. "Miguna if found to be using hate speech will equally be charged," said Owino. Last Saturday, Miguna was roughed up by youths in Mombasa who accused him of using abusive language against Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
On Thursday in Kisumu, he was saved by the Nyanza police boss from youths who were baying for his blood outside Sunset Hotel.
Yesterday, a senior police officer from Kisumu said the police had been asked to take statements from those suspected youth who allegedly behind the meeting's disruption.
Miguna since he come back from Canada two weeks ago has been going round the country marketing his book--Peeling back the Mask: A Quest for Justice. National Cohesion and Integration Commission chairman Mzalendo Kibunjia said the commission will take action if hate speech is reportedly used in Miguna's meetings. "We are keenly following the meetings and gathering the necessary evidence," said Kibunjia. He said freedom of speech is guaranteed to everyone.