Through a twitter post, Senator Khalwale stated that he had recorded a statement at the Kakamega Police Station concerning Uhuru's threats against him at a rally at Bukhungu Stadium, Kakamega town.
"I've this morning recorded a statement at Kakamega Police Station concerning Uhuru's threats against me," captioned Khalwale.
Confirming the development, Regional police commander Moses Ombati stated that Khalwale had recorded a statement and that the matter was under investigation.
"He was here in the morning with the allegations but we have just recorded him. We are waiting for more evidence before taking any action. After getting details we shall act."
President Kenyatta had on Saturday while accompanied by Deputy President William Ruto, accused Khalwale of sowing seeds of discord in the region.
"You have leaders who come here pretending to be heroes but what they do is insult others instead of selling their policies to the voters...tutamnyorosha (We will discipline him)." said Kenyatta.
Uhuru also called on Kenyans to be wary of leaders who champion the retrogressive politics that only serve to retard development and perpetuate poverty.
"Kenya cannot be led through tribal or divisive politics, we cannot achieve our development goals as a country unless we unite and work together," he said.
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