Clergy lauds Kenyans for maintaining peace in concluded election process

Members of the clergy in Nakuru  county have called on Kenyans to maintain peace and focus on steering the county forward in terms of development.

Led by Bishop Naftaly Thuku of The African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa, the clergy said after the Supreme Court verdict, time is now for the country to move forward in unity.

Bishop Naftaly noted that Kenya is greater than any individual hence need for all leaders to work together for prosperity.

“We call on Kenyans to continue loving each other and our leaders to now focus on uniting the country and development” he said.

He spoke at Wanyororo AIPCA Parish.

The clergy lauded Kenyans for the peace experienced so far since the August Polls until the Supreme Court issued verdict in the Presidential petition that was filed.

“We thank God for the peace we have enjoyed up to this time and it will be good for us to maintain this peace as we embark on building this nation after the elections,” he added.


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