Kenya Police Issued Recorders for Hate Speech

Police in the country have been equipped with recording devices to be used on politicians who engage in hate speech and racial utterances ahead of the March 4 general elections.
Photo: Capital FM

Police have been issued with new recording gadgets to monitor hate propagators (file photo).

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