Inter-Religious Council of Kenya  together with the National Cohesion and Integration Commission held a symposium to affirm the positive role of faith institutions in promoting peaceful co-existence within the election cycle.  The objective was to

  1. The Build consensus on the role of religious institutions and leaders in promoting violence free elections
  2. Provide leadership in political dialogue and peaceful processes before, during and after the elections.

Religious Leaders committed to promoting peaceful co-existence ahead of Kenya’s 2022 General Elections.


Inter-Religious Council of Kenya in partnership with National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee launched Scripture Referenced Anti-Corruption materials, Eastern Region and Rift Valley Region.

Religious Leaders were presented with the scriptural referenced anti-corruption booklets to present to their grassroots structures. Religious leaders will cascade the campaign against corruption downstream. This will afford an opportunity with their congregations to discuss the books and help initiate distribution among congregational and community members.

Je wewe ni Balozi wa Maadili?

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Religious Leaders in exercising their divine mandate to protect the well-being of the individual, the family, communities and the nation are holding interfaith prayers in Migori, Bungoma, Kitui, Tharaka Nithi, Mombasa and Isiolo Counties.

Faith leaders are asking their congregants to evaluate leaders offering themselves for elective positions in the coming elections against the national values and principles of governance.

Choosing leaders with values is the first step towards transforming the country into a peaceful and cohesive nation that is responsive to the needs of its people. #Leaders #LeadersOfIntegrity
“Youth representation and involvement in decision-making is still very low. Youth play a leading role in innovation and form the backbone of the rural labor force.
They struggle with financial security, value-driven leadership and political choices that make them vulnerable. We need to resist any attempts of being used to engage in violence and actively take up decision-making positions.” – Philbert Aganyo Chair, Kenya Interfaith Youth Network.





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