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RELIGIOUS LEADERS RECOMMEND THAT BBI RALLIES BE PUT ON HOLD WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

Under the banner of The Dialogue Reference Group (DRG) in Nairobi, the clergies, in a signed press statement expressed disappointment over the political class that wants to tear this country apart.

“We recommend that the BBI rallies be put on hold with immediate effect so that Kenya does not slide into anarchy and disorder,” they say suggesting that civic education take the centre stage.

The leaders reminded Kenyans that the BBI was established to unite and not to divide the country into tribal cocoons with the end results of chaos as witnessed in the 2007/08 post-election violence.

Religious Leaders at Ufungamo House during the press statement
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From Right. Most. Rev. Archbishop Martin Kivuva (DRG Chairman), Most Rev. Fr. Joseph Mutie (IRCK, Chairman), Sheikh Abdalla Kamwana

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RELIGIOUS LEADERS LEAD KENYANS IN PRAYER AMIDST CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC

Religious Leaders led a broadcast prayer service on Saturday 21st March, at noon to mark the National Day of Prayer on the Coronavirus pandemic. The service was transmitted live from State House Kenya, Nairobi.

Religious leaders guided Kenyans through different blocks of prayers:Thanksgiving, Repentance and Forgiveness, Covic-19 Pandemic, Aspirations, Leadership and Family.

They then joined together to say a Blessing and Covenant Prayer for Our Nation and the world.#NationalDayOfPrayer #NationalDayOfPrayer #covid19kenya

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Religious Leaders at State House praying over the Nation
Religious Leaders at State House

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