By Collins Anampiu
Nairobi ODM Chairman George Aladwa , Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s aide Caroli Omondi Tuesday turned up the Nairobi County Police Headquarters to record statements over claims of recruiting individuals in a plot to overthrow the government.
The three ODM members dismissed the allegations made by a Nairobi University student who has since been arrested and arraigned in court.
While dismissing the allegations, Aladwa said he availed himself to record the statement as a state witness terming the claims wild in nature, further adding he was ready to cooperate with the investigating agencies to get to the truth.
The development coming as the government announced plans to formulate a Language Policy whose implementation will among other things curb hate speech.
Information Communications and Technology Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru says lack of an elaborate language policy in the country has contributed to the emergence of hate speech which threatens to divide Kenyans along ethnic lines.
The proposal comes in the wake of heightened political tensions attributable to wild remarks made by politicians.