A section of aspirants under the Jubilee Party in Nyandarua County have called on Kenyans and other politicians to embrace peace and cohesion.
They have also called on leaders to avert statements and instances that would cause a breach of peace before, during and after the general elections.
The aspirants, led by former Water and Irrigation Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki are out to popularize the party in the region.
Speaking while on a campaign trail in various stops over within Ndaragwa Constituency, the aspirants expressed their commitment to strengthen the party and also ensure it clinches most of the seats in the coming August General Election.
Kariuki is positioning herself to clinch the Nyandarua Gubernatorial seat, currently being held by Governor Francis Kimemia. The two are looking forward to the party primaries to see who will carry the Jubilee Party flag ahead of the polls.
Kariuki was accompanied by former National Police Oversight Authority Commissioner John Waiganjo who is contesting for the county Senatorial Seat and Sasha Wamae, who is contesting for the County Women Representative position.
The aspiring leaders pledged to ensure that Jubilee party becomes the most popular party in the region, while committing to preaching peace and shun statements that would trigger conflicts, even as political temperatures continue to rise.