National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) has asked political parties and people in Karonga to maintain peace and accept the ruling of constitutional court on presidential election case as hearing is expected to end this week.

According to programs manager for NICE, Gray Kalindekafe, “peace is very vital in development of the country hence people should maintain it now and after the ruling.”

Kalindekafe spoke this during a stakeholder’s orientation in Karonga district

Traditional Authority Kalonga promised to share the information to fellow chiefs so that it can reach all people in the district.

He asked stakeholders to pass the message of peace in the communities where they are implementing their projects.