ODM party leader Raila Odinga will appear before the NCIC over his madoadoa remarks after he arrives in the country upon finishing his UK tour, NCIC has said.
NCIC boss Samuel Kobia said on Friday they are waiting for him to jet back to the country so that he can appear before them to shed light on his remarks.
"Once he comes back, we will be in touch and talk things out," Kobia said.
Kobia said Raila is a law-abiding leader and even acknowledged his apology over the remarks.
The NCIC boss at the same time revealed a plan to enhance peace during polls.
He said they are in talks with inter-religious councils to spread messages of peace ahead of the August 9, polls.
"NCIC has declared an out all war against hate speech. We are monitoring TV and online. We need to ensure that evidence gathering is done quickly and swiftly," Kobia said.,
While defending himself over the madoadoa remarks, Raila said that he was misunderstood.
NCIC wants Raila to explain in which context he used the term madoadoa during the Azimio la Umoja rally in Wajir.
Raila in his Wajir rally told residents to back the Azimio la Umoja movement candidates only in the forthcoming general elections slated for August 9.
He said that the movement has many parties that have come together to unite the country, hence, the need to vote for them.