In Summary
  • Mr Muthama said those leaving the city will hand Jubilee Party another five years to misrule the country.

Nairobi County National Super Alliance (Nasa) leaders have launched Adopt-A-Bus Station call, aimed at stopping their supporters from leaving for their rural homes for fear of violence in the city during the August 8 General Election.

Led by Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero and Machakos County Senator Johnson Muthama, who is spearheading Nasa campaigns in the city, they assured their supporters that there will be no violence before, during and after the elections and that they should stay and vote.

“We do not want you to go back home,” Dr Kidero said when he met the Luhya community at Nyayo National Stadium on Sunday.

“Let us adopt bus stations and stop people from departing for their rural homes.

“There will be no violence as the elections will be peaceful and so there is no need for people to go home.”

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