Wiper Leader calls for peace among the warring communities in Marsabit County

Wiper Democratic Movement Leader on Kalonzo Musyoka has called for peace amongst the warring communities of Boran, Gabra, Redile and Samburu in Marsabit County saying that will give the candidates the opportunity to sit for their KCSE and KCPE exams.

Kalonzo said the killings in the northern frontier presents a very risk atmosphere for candidates who intent to sit for the exams and that ceases such conflict will bring about a conducive environment for them.

“I am aware that in Marsabit County the communities living there the Gabra’s, the Boran’s, the Redile’s, the Samburu’s there has been a problem, that is why some members of parliament have been taken to court; there has been killings based on whether one is a Boran or a Gabra, we want to ask that as the time our children are sitting for the exams, let there be peace” said Kalonzo.

Kalonzo urged other communities across the country to embrace peace so that candidates can have humble time to sit for the in exams so as to achieve their potential.

Kalonzo made the remarks today at Daima Primary School in Huruma, Mathare Constituency where he presented eight primary schools with success cards.

Through the Kalonzo Musyoka foundation (KMF) where he is the Patron, Kalonzo promised to educate the brightest Girl and Boy from a poor family background in the schools he met today whom excels exemplary in the coming exams.

He says that must serve as a motivator but not an avenue for unfair competition and temptation to cheat.

“I want you to be simple, the candidates, a Girl and a Boy from a poor family background who will excel in this years exam from this group here today, Kalonzo Musyoka foundation will educate them up-to form four” promised Kalonzo

Kalonzo was accompanied by area MP Hon Antony Oluoch, wiper Secretary General Sen. Judith Sijeny among other Leaders.