Security agencies in Nakuru County have assured politicians of their safety during campaigns, as the country readies for next month's elections.
Deputy County Commissioner Omar Salat urged all politicians to "feel free and safe" to hold rallies in the region.
Mr Salat said the county has put up measures that will prevent incidents of disorder like the ones witnessed in Kisumu, Baringo, and Kiambu from occurring.
Addressing locals after participating in a peace walk in Nakuru town, the deputy county commissioner condemned any behaviour that might disrupt harmony.
He said major stakeholders have been involved in the efforts to create a conducive environment.
"Apart from beefing up security, we have also met various peace stakeholders including the youth, religious leaders and community elders and agreed on various issues regarding political intolerance.
"So far we have seen positive results from the cooperation," Mr Salat said.
More than five organisations participated in the awareness activity.
They include Mercy Corps, Jihusishe na Amani, Zuia Noma, Mulika Uhalifu and the national steering peace committee.
They urged the residents to maintain peace throughout the electioneering period.
The county was heavily affected by the 2007/2008 post-election violence.
The deputy divisional police commander Daniel Kitavi said police will ensure that violence does not recur.