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Don't be used to cause violence, Sakaja tells youths
3 days ago
Nairobi Governor candidate Johnson Sakaja has called for peace and during and after elections.

Speaking during the Kenya kwanza Final rally at Nyayo stadium, he called upon the youths to avoid being used to propel violence.

“ We are making a call to all our leaders regardless of the political alignment, no blood will be shed during this elections, We must take responsibilities as leaders,” he said.

“Regardless of the political affiliation, let us not be involved in violence. Hakuna mtoto wa tajiri hulipwa kupigana , so youths don't be allowed to be misused,” Sakaja added.

He also took the opportunity and asked Kenyans to come together after the elections and work on restoring our economy.

Drumming support for William Ruto’s presidency, Sakakja urged people to come out in large numbers and vote for his presidency.

Called on Kenyans to turn up for the Kenya Kwanza candidates next week.

Bashing his opponent, Polycarp Igathe of the Azimio la Umoja Coalition, Sakaja said Nairobi should not be duped into voting for a state project.

He recalled the gubernatorial debate, claiming he beat Igathe until there were no more questions to be answered.

“ Kwa debate mliona nilishinda ule jamaa… Now I tell you Nairobians to vote for the people’s governor from Kenya Kwanza,” Sakaja added.