Deputy President William Ruto has urged political leaders to hold peaceful campaigns even as they drum up for support for their political bids ahead of the 2022 polls.
"Please fellow leaders I want to respectfully ask you sisi wote tuwe ni watu wa amani, na tukatae vita, sisi ni watu wa amani," said the DP at the UDA campaign.
He in addition promised a free and truthful electoral procedure come next 12 months insisting that the voters will play a key function in determining the future management of the country.
"Nyinyi wananchi ndio mtuamua nani anapata tikiti gani. Tutakuwa na loose fair verifiable nominations. Sisi wote ni waombaji.
Fellow leaders nawaomba tukeep Amani tukatae fujo na mawe. Nyinyi wananchi hamwezi shindwa kuamua ni nani mnataka," said Ruto.
His allies danced to the same tune urging the residents of Kianyaga to overwhelmingly forged their votes for DP Ruto as he seeks to succeed his boss.
"Wananchi ndio wataamua. Hatutaki fujo na matusi. Tuko nyuma ya Ruto. Tuko na Imani na William Ruto. Serikali ya 2022 ni ya Ruto. Tuko na Imani tutapata free and fair nominations," stated Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru
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