Uasin Gishu county commissioner Stephen Kihara has assured residents of their security.
This is after hate leaflets were dropped in Huruma ward amid Jubilee party nominations.
The leaflets were talking of how people should vote during the Jubilee party nominations.
The message is purported to have enough come from Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi.
“Huruma Ward, mheshimiwa Sudi. Ningetaka wakaaji Huruma mchague Lucy Chomba ama 2022 mhame,”
“I want Huruma ward residents to vote for Lucy Chomba or else vacate by 2022,” the leaflet read.
Speaking to press Uasin Gishu County Commissioner Stephen Kihara said security had been beefed up ahead of the Jubilee party nominations.
He said those spreading hate leaflets are creating animosity among the communities in the county.
“I want to assure the people of Huruma ward that we have beefed up security and there should not be any cause of alarm.
The leaflets states on how the people of Huruma should vote.
Kihara noted that police have arrested two suspects concerning the previous case of leaflets in which were found Kikaren.