Clergy calls on Kenyans to support Government of the day, elected leaders

Religious leaders in Nakuru have urged Kenyans to support the Kenya Kwanza government and elected leaders in delivering on their campaign pledges.

Led by Bishop Naftaly Thuku of AIPCA Nakuru North, the clergy said election mood is over and time is now for Kenyans from all political divide to work together.

Speaking during Sunday service at St.Andrews Ol-Rongai AIPCA in Rongai Parish, Bishop Naftaly called on Kenyans to ensure unity of purpose.

“We need to forget about the past and focus on supporting the current government and elected leaders in delivering on development agenda” he said.

He once again commended Nakuru residents and Kenyans at large for maintaining peace and called on religious leaders to continue praying for Government of the day so that it can deliver in a peaceful environment.

“The religious leaders prayed for peace and we have witnessed it. We now pray that the peace witnessed during elections may prevail” said Bishop Naftaly.

On the new leadership in Nakuru County, he said the church will continue to work closely with the county government.

He noted that the new leadership of governor  Susan Kihika should be supported.

According to him, this is the only way to ensure service delivery to the people.

“In Nakuru County we have new leadership of governor Susan Kihika. As a Church we shall support the leadership and ensure the people get development” he said.

Bishop Naftaly Thuku was accompanied by Pastor Wanjuki.







Pray for incoming government, Bishop Naftaly tells Kenyans

Religious leaders have urged Kenyans to remember the incoming government of William Ruto and his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua in prayers.

The clergy say this is the only way to ensure the duo lead with wisdom from God.

Led by Bishop Naftaly Thuku of AIPCEA Nakuru North, noted that time is now for Kenyans to unite and drive development agenda.

“As a Church, we congratulate Ruto and his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua for the victory. We call on Kenyans to pray for the duo and the incoming government so that they can have wisdom to drive this nation to the next level” said Bishop Naftaly.

Bishop Naftaly was speaking during Sunday service at AIPCEA Solai Parish in Wanyororo,Bahati.

He lauded former Prime Minister Raila Odinga-led team  for accepting the court verdict.

Meanwhile, on the move by Narc Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua that she will seek explanation in international Court on what transpired in August 9 polls, Bishop Naftaly said it’s her legal rights.

He was however quick to note that elections are over and leaders should now focus on the development agenda and unity of the country.

“We know Martha Karua has a move to get explanation from international court on how election process was. It is her right but then as leaders we should focus on uniting the country for election process ended with Supreme court verdict” the Bishop stated.

COVID-19:Clergy calls for counseling services in isolation centres

Bishop Naftaly Thuku of AIPCA.Photo/Pristone Mambili. 

AIPCA Bishop Naftaly Thuku has appealed to the government to source counselors from churches to offer counselling to those in COVID-19 isolation centre.

Addressing media in Nakuru,the clergy said the isolated persons need counseling

While citing a case at KITI isolation centre in Nakuru where a woman died I what police preliminary report attributes to suicide.

The clergy says the government should not wait for many similar cases to take place for action to be taken.

“Those in isolation due to corona virus should  be assisted with counselling and the church can do that” he said.

The clergy also calling on government to ensure no more suffering for Kenyans during this harsh economic times.

He proposed that the fuel prices be lowered.

“We challenge the government to ensure the common citizen does not suffer more during the harsh economic times” Said Bishop Naftaly.

On the ongoing Curfew,the clergy appealing to Kenyans to respect the government directive.

He however called on the police officers to restraint from use of force while dealing with Kenyans.

The COVID-19 has paralysed normal life including church gatherings.

But the clergy has appealed to the religious leaders to make good use of the digital platform to ensure gospel reaches out even during this difficult times.

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