Nakuru ODM chair urges for peaceful campaigns
03 October 2016, 17:50
Nakuru - The Nakuru County Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) chairman, Peter Ole Sono has urged aspirants participating in the upcoming general elections to uphold respect in a bid to let the peaceful coexistence reign.
Ole Sono noted that the aspirants have a democratic right to seek for elective positions in any region and thus ought not abuse this right whether in Jubilee or CORD coalition strongholds.
“As aspirants from all the political parties there is need to respect each other even as they go on with the vote hunting.What we want is peaceful campaigns across the nation” said Ole Sono.
The chair further slammed on party defectors indicating that they will not be shaken by their decision to defect but instead the positions will be filled to ensure that they take over most elective positions in 2017.
According to Sono, the people should be allowed to make their choice of preferred candidate thus should not be intimidated for their stand adding that any form of dictatorship leadership to be dealt with according to law.
He was addressing the media over the weekend at the area ODM offices in Kaptembwa during the celebrations of their 10 year existence dubbed 10@10 which was attended by aspirants, youths and party supporters.
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