Clergy: Rigging claims disrupt peace
26 February 2013, 19:34
A convention of church leaders in Nakuru have cautioned party leaders against making election rigging claims ahead of the March 4th election saying this will disrupt peace.
Addressing the press over the weekend, The Deliverance Churches of Kenya national council noted that such claims were likely to interfere with emotions of Kenyans hence impairing the peace situation in the country.
Moreover, the church leaders encouraged the citizens not to be wavered by such inflammatory remarks but instead have faith that IEBC will deliver outstanding results after the elections.
Vote for individuals, not parties
"Claims on election rigging is an outdated way of conducting politics. We as Kenyans should vote in the leader of our choice stay away from divisive aspirants," Bishop Mark Kariuki said.
In addition, the council urged Kenyans to vote for individuals and not parties for a better Kenya in future.
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