Members of the clergy in Kakamega county have called on Kenyans to maintain peace and be tolerant towards opponents during and after Tuesday's elections. Under the umbrella of Kakamega Pastors Association led by the chairman Bishop Patrick Mwanjilwa, the men of cloth asked politicians to desist from name calling and hurling abuses at each other saying this could incite the public into violence. "We ask Kenyans to continue loving each other because after elections we’ll remain to be neighbours as we always have been. More so, the word of God commands us to love our neighbours as we love ourselves.” Bishop Mwanjilwa said. He said every competition has winners and a losers and asked candidates and their supporters to accept the results after the elections and direct any complaints to the dispute resolution agencies spelled out in the Constitution. "Let our leaders know that we are all winners only that some will get more votes than others and therefore no need for any chaos after announcement of the results," the bishop said. "So far we thank God for the peace we have enjoyed up to this time and it will be good for us to maintain this peace as we embark on building this nation after the elections," he added. The clergy spoke at the Cornerstone Church in Shibuli, Kakamega during a prayer meeting held by the Lurambi Member of Parliament Bishop Titus Khamala.