Political temperature continue to rise as Kenya is approaching 2022 general election which is scheduled to be conducted in the month of August comes next year. Politicians are currently busy selling their manifestos to Wanjiku to convince them that they are indeed the best candidates to be their next leaders.
However, we all know that Kenya's election have been always accompanied by chaos and violence majority brought by youths under the influence of politicians.
Due to this reason, the interior cabinet secretary Dr Fred Matiangi has announced that 2022 general election will be historic moment for our youth to champion change in governance by shunning violence, bad leadership and claiming their rights to be in government.
''We aim for an election that has no life lost, zero displacement and results that reflect the true citizen's choice,'' Dr Matiangi said.
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