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.