Narok Governor Samuel Tunai has said whoever will win the Jubilee Party ticket in this Friday's primaries should be the people's choice.
Mr Tunai, who spoke at Maji Moto in Narok South during the campaign launch of Jubilee Party's Maji Moto/Naroosura MCA aspirant Daniel Kilerai, said JP would conduct free and fair nominations free from violence.
He asked party supporters to remain calm and observe peace before, during and after the nominations, adding that those who would lose in the primaries should remain in the party and support it.
"We want to form one solid campaign team for all our candidates after the nominations, from Presidency to MCA," he said.
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