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Mutula urges politicians to preach peace

20 February 2013, 10:46

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports politicians have been urged by Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo to preach peace during and after the General Election to avoid a repeat of the 2007 violence.

He was speaking while receiving the peace torch that has been relayed in schools in the 47 counties since last year.

He asked politicians to emulate the young Kenyans in preaching peace.

- For more visit Daily Nation

 

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