Former presidential candidate in the 2017 general elections has issued a warning to all the elected and appointed leaders .
Professor Ole Kiyapi has told them them that the trust of the public is with them either they were elected or appointed.
Kiyapi stated that the role of the government is to create an enabling environment for Kenyans to thrive.
While issuing a warning to them, Kiyapi said leaders both elected and appointed should not used their offices for political mobilizations.
"The role of Government is to create ENABLING ENVIRONMENT (policies, laws, financial instruments) & ENSURE ACCOUNTABILITY for people to thrive. Those elected or appointed to offices hold in trust for the people. Such offices MUST never become means of political mobilization!" Professor Ole Kiyapi said.
His sentiment comes after prime cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula of Kenya Kwanza and those from Azimio pitched camp in Bungoma to campaigned for their preferred candidates.
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