Nakuru County Women Representative Liza Chelule has continued to advocate for political tolerance ahead of the 2022 General Elections.
Chelule observed that by accommodating divergent opinions from political leaders who will be campaigning for various elective positions, Kenyans will be in a position to make informed decisions.
She advised the youths not to be swayed into divisive politics by rogue politicians saying that they should learn to say no and be peace advocates before and after the elections.
“The country has experienced violence we therefore need to be extra cautious and weed out anything that might stir animosity amongst people and endeavour to jealously guard our peace,” she said.
She warned that the political differences exhibited by politicians during the campaign period should not be taken personal saying that Kenyans ought to live in peace at all times.
Chelule was speaking in Marioshoni at the launch of tents to various self-help groups in the area, through an initiative of National Government Affirmative Action Fund (NGAAF).
She promised to continue supporting women and youth in the area and Nakuru County at large.
By Emily Kadzo and Gladys Ngari