Police ask Busia residents to maintain peace ahead of the August 9 polls

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The National Police Service, on Thursday, July 7, 2022, joined other associations to campaign for peaceful elections in Busia County, Western Kenya.

The walk, led by Deputy County Commissioner Mr. Kipchumba Rutto, was peace-oriented and sought to encourage residents at the National and County level to embrace peace during and after the August 9
2022 general elections.

The anti-violence walk featured organizations such as the National and County Government, National Police Service, Kenya Red Cross, and National Cohesion and Integration Commission Kenya.

Others were Impact Research and Development Organization, Border Hub, Dhamira Moja, keep a New Dawn, Smile Woman of Africa, and Collaboration Center for Gender and Development.

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