Kwa nini wao tu, mji safi wawe wao, kampeni tulivu wawe wao, kwa nini tusijifunze hizi tamaduni nzuri hapa ndani kwa ndani badala ya kuvuka mipaka? =================================================> Kilimanjaro pledges peaceful campaigns From JAMES LANKA in Moshi, 23rd August 2010 @ 12:09 , Total hits: 7 POLITICAL parties in Kilimanjaro Region have pledged to conduct their campaigns for the coming general elections in October peacefully, to avoid plunging the exercise into turmoil. Speaking during the meeting which was organised by the Kilimanjaro Regional Police Commander (RPC), the regional leaders of political parties which are participating in the campaigns said that they were obliged to maintain peace. The parties inlude CCM, CHADEMA, SAU, CUF, NCCR-Mageuzi, TLP and DPP. Speaking during the meeting, the Kilimanjaro regional chairperson of CCM, Ms Vicky Nsilo Swai commended regional police Chief Lucas Nghoboko for organising such a meeting aimed at bringing peace in the region, especially now during political campaigns season. I am very happy that all leaders of political parties which are participating in the 2010 general election are here and in one voice, we agreed to sell only our parties manifesto and not abusive words against one another. We should remember that, there is life after election . Ms Swai pointed out. The meeting was also attended by the Kilimanjaro Regional Commander of the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB), Mr Lawrence Swema, Prison Regional Chief, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Joel Bukuku. CHADEMA regional Secretary, Mr Bazil Lema who represented his party appealed to the police not to assure security of political meetings of one political party only, but they should provide security services equally to all political parties. The RPC assured all political parties that the police would not be biased to any political party and they will provide equal security services to all. He warned the political leaders who vie for different positions not to conduct abusive campaigns, nor illegal meeting to avoid chaos which may take place among the community members. The regional PCCB boss, Mr Swema said that it was illegal for any business dealer to rent his/her premises to political leaders for campaign issues. He urged the political leaders to abide by the 2010 Election Expenses Act to curb corruption.