Religious leaders have been asked to pray for peaceful elections ahead of 2022 General elections.
Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa who is also vying for Trans Nzoia Governor seat said leadership comes from God.
He said prayers will help in ensuring tranquility and peace during campaigns.
Wamalwa was addressing mourners at Liyavo, Kapomboi ward in kwanza constituency on Saturday.
Present were area MCA Ben Mulipuko,area aspiring MP Nicholas Wamalwa and Kapomboi aspiring MCA Ezekiel Masika.
“We are also asking IEBC to continue preparing for elections since we don’t want it to be postponed to 2023″Wamalwa said.
The Kwanza parliamentary aspirant Nicholas Wamalwa and Masika faulted IEBC for putting a cap on campaign spending.
The two said they did not understand how IEBC came up with a formula on deciding how much each candidate should spend in each electoral area since research was never done.
“We never saw IEBC coming to collect views from people, this should be consultative, “said Nicholas Wamalwa.
Masika said a limit of spending only sh 4 million on campaigns in Kapomboi as proposed by IEBC is very little.
“I have initiated so many projects. Our people have got problems such as school fees challenges, flood problems, rampant poverty and therefore we intervene to help, so far I have used more than what IEBC has proposed to improve livelihoods “said Masika.
Masika said he wants to improve road network, help poor people educate their children and ensure that every family gets clean water if elected area MCA.
Mulipuko said he wants to be reelected so that he can complete his development record.