Kenyan Musicians Deny Hate Speech Charges
A Nairobi court has granted bail to three musicians accused of producing and publishing songs containing hateful messages intended to cause violence.
The Star, 2 July 2012
Presidential hopeful Peter Kenneth has urged the National Cohesion and Integration Commission to crackdown on politicians and members of public spreading hate speech. He said the... read more »
The Star, 29 June 2012
Three Kikuyu musicians accused of hate speech will be arraigned in court on Tuesday next week. The three - John Demathew, Muigai wa Njoroge and Kamande wa Kioi - had earlier been... read more »
Capital FM, 25 June 2012
The National Cohesion and Integration Commission has launched investigations into three vernacular songs that are said to contain hate speech and are inciteful.read more »
Capital FM, 28 June 2012
Popular Kikuyu musician Kamande wa Kioi will be charged in Court next Tuesday after National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) completed investigations into alleged hate... read more »
The Star, 26 June 2012
THE National Cohesion and Integration Commission has begun preliminary investigations against three Kikuyu musicians accused of propagating hate speech in their songs of praise for... read more »
Popular musician Kamande wa Kioi is one of the three accused.