Njoro Member of Parliament Charity Kathambi on Tuesday led a special prayer session with Nakuru journalists towards continued peace in the country.
Kathambi who had earlier held a presser to respond to DCI’s move on 2007/08 post-election violence cases, said the country needs peace and journalists have a key role towards realizing the same.
The Njoro Lawmaker who has been on the frontline in championing for peace also using the moment to task journalists to be peace ambassadors in their respective media houses and platforms they contribute their articles for.
She noted that Kenya has experienced peace in the last years and nothing should be allowed to interfere with the peace.
“We all have a role and as Journalists in Nakuru I just want to pray with you this morning so that you may continue to preach peace even in your media houses” said Kathambi as she commenced the prayers with each journalist raising their hands as a sign of surrendering to the Almighty God.
The first time Jubilee Lawmaker once again lauding Nakuru Journalists for the role they have continued to play in transforming society.
She maintained that as leaders in the Riftvalley region they will not allow the gains made towards peaceful society be derailed.
“In Rift valley we have the scars of the skirmishes of 2007/2008 but we have embraced peace and we will not allow anything that will rekindle the memories of what we went through” said Kathambi.
She noted that residents of Njoro and the entire Riftvalley region had forgiven each other and are not ready for any other violence but to continue embracing peace.
On Monday DCI boss George Kinoti announced that they were going to revive 2007-2008 post-election violence cases.