NCIC raise concerns over the heightened campaigns for 2022 elections

The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has raised concerns following the heightened campaigns for 2022 elections by politicians.
The Commission Vice Chair Irene Wanyoike has said politicians must stop early campaigns and implement election pledges.
Wanyoike said the five years mandate bestowed to the politicians is meant for development.
She said electorates will lose out in every election cycle if politicians continue campaigning at the expense of developing development.
Speaking to the press in Kisumu when she opened a youth forum on peace, Wanyoike said Kenyans wants conducive environment that can spur growth of the economy.
She told politicians to lead in the healing of the nation and drop the 2022 election campaigns.
Wanyoike said President Uhuru Kenyatta and former PM Raila Odinga have led by example setting stage for a peaceful country.
She said that early campaigns will take the country backwards and will not achieve the Big Four Agenda as set by President Kenyatta.