According to him the agenda is to ensure a peaceful Campaigns during this year's general elections across the county.
"As Kenya Kwanza candidates in Uasin Gishu County, we commit ourselves to a peaceful agenda-based campaign. Today during our UDA campaign meeting in Chuiyat, Kesses sub-county, I noticed that some youths came to the meeting drunk with an intention of interrupt the meeting.
I thank the public for behaving mature and condemn the candidates who use violence means for votes hunt. I urge Kenyan youth to desist from any form of violence and politician who attempt to use them to cause chaos or disorder. That is why I usually say
I ask the people of Uasin Gishu to support the Deputy President Dr William Samoei Ruto and all the UDA candidates in the August general election. We have a clear agenda to reform this country. I request you to vote for me as your third Senator, God bless Uasin Gishu, God bless Kenya". Governor Jackson Mandago wrote.
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