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Don't use social media to spread hate speech, Kibaki

12 February 2013, 10:04

Eldoret - Daily Nation reports President Kibaki yesterday warned against the use of technology to create divisions in the country ahead of the March 4 General Election.

Kibaki cited the social media, saying it was being misused and appealed to youths to reject those spreading hate speech and divisions through the medium.

He told the youths that it is in their best interests to work towards a united and peaceful Kenya so that they can complete their studies and build a bright future for themselves and their families.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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