Don’t panic over boundary, locals told


The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has assured residents of Kisumu living along the Nandi border not to panic over the boundary review.

The Commission vice chair Irene Wanyoike says the boundary review is a long process and the locals should live peacefully.

Wanyoike says the Commission is getting concerned with utterances made by politicians over the clamour by Nandi Governor Stephen Sang to hive parts of Muhoroni Sub County.

She says there are well laid procedures on changing a boundary and told politicians to stop making remarks that cause tension along the border.

Speaking to the press in Kisumu, Wanyoike urged parliamentarians to use their powers to find lasting ways of solving disputes along the borders.

She noted that the country largely is grappling with boundary disputes that need to be addressed once and for all.

Wanyoike says the issue of Kisumu-Nandi border is just a tip of an iceberg that can lead to numerous clamour for boundary review across the country.




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