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Thursday March 12, 2020 - Bahati MP, Kimani Ngunjiri, has called for tolerance ahead of the highly anticipated Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) rally in Nakuru on March 21st.

Addressing a press conference on Thursday, Ngunjiri, who is a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto said name calling will not be allowed during the highly anticipated sensitization forum.

The outspoken MP, who was flanked by a section of Rift Valley MPs, said inciters will not be condoned.

"We are peaceful people."

"Nakuru is phenomenal in the country’s political stability."

"We don’t want abuses and mentioning names of people during BBI rally in Nakuru," Ngunjiri said.

The Nakuru BBI rally was supposed to take place on Saturday, March 7th, after the Meru one that was convened on February 29th, but it was postponed by two weeks after differences among leaders in the region emerged.

On Monday, President Uhuru Kenyatta held a consultative meeting with a section of Governors from Rift Valley who assured him that the March 21st meeting will be peaceful and will foster inclusivity.


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