Kenyans warned on political intolerance; UWIANO Principals briefing

ORPP as part of Uwiano Platform for Peace issued a joint statement on the State of Peace and Political Decency in the run up to the 2022 General Elections. Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu, outlined contributions by the Office towards peaceful 2022 General Elections. They included: ORPP Peace engagement fora, media sensitisation events, staging of Peace Caravan, monitoring of electoral campaigns across the country, engagement programs for various target groups, reviewed Political Parties’ Agents Training Manual and scheduled national and county level Agents training between 23rd to 31st July 2022.


Registrar of Political Parties together with other Uwiano principals at a joint presser at Serena Hotel Nairobi on 26th July 2022, Nairobi

On his part, the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) Chairperson Rev. Dr. Samuel Kobia, urged political leaders and their followers to exercise tolerance in the last stretch of campaigns, respect the integrity of Institutions mandated to conduct elections and a section of political analysts desist from posting inciteful messages on social media.

Key stakeholders during the presser underscored the importance of a peaceful environment that promotes thriving of economic, social and political development. Kenyans were encouraged to embrace a violence free elections and turn out to vote as their democratic right.

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