Radio journalist has sparked controversy following his allegations that the National Assembly majority leader is an agent of terrorism in Kenya.
David Harison Oluoch, a former journalist attached to Radio Citizen, now says the Garissa Township MP and CS Amina Mohammed are agents of terrorism owing to their Muslim religion.
In a social media statement, Oluoch claimed the duo could by spying the government.
"Since the first qualification to become a terrorist is being a Muslim, I suggest that Islamic faith be outlawed in Kenya. Muslim leaders like Aden Duale and Amina Muhamed could just be terrorist agents within the government," he posted on Twitter.
This is not the first time the journalist attacked the Muslim fraternity over alleged links with terrorism.
Sometimes in January this year, Oluoch called for the deportation of lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi, Aden Duale among other powerful individuals from the North Eastern region.
The allegations come at a time that the Somali community has been stereotyped as having close links with the Al-Shabab terrorist group.
Youths from the said community have been profiled to the extend of being denied identification cards in some occasions.