• Badi said that Kenyans should come out in large numbers to exercise their democratic right to vote in new leaders.
• He urged Kenyans to go home peacefully after voting and wait for the results to avoid breaching security rules.
Nairobi Metropolitan Services boss Mohamed Badi has joined Kenyans in calling for peace as the country heads to the 2022 general elections.
Speaking on Monday, NMS director general Badi said that Kenyans should maintain peace during and after the elections.
"There is no better time for Kenyans to remain united and maintain peace than now, before, during and after elections," Badi said.
He urged Kenyans to be each other's brothers and sisters' keepers.
Badi said that Kenyans should come out in large numbers to exercise their democratic right to vote for new leaders.
"Let us all on Tuesday morning go to the polling stations and vote. Let us maintain peace for the sake of the democracy of our country," he said.
Badi urged Kenyans to go home peacefully after voting and wait for the results to avoid breaching security rules.
He said that by being responsible Kenya will continue to prosper even after the elections.
Church and other political leaders have also come out to call for harmony and unity as Kenyans head to the ballot.
Kenya is set to hold the 2022 general elections on Tuesday.
Preparations are at their final peak at different polling stations across the country for Tuesday's elections.