Religious leaders across the country have called for peace as the country gets into a critical electioneering period.
Speaking on Sunday at the All Saints Cathedral, Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Jackson ole Sapit cautioned political leaders against making hate remarks through their political rallies, warning that such acts would plunge the country into chaos and violence.
“We need a prosperous nation not a divided nation after elections. We need a team of leaders who will take Kenya to the next level. We will have a peaceful General Election only when the political class approaches it with dialogue, decorum, and follows the rule of law,” he said.
Ole Sapit further challenged Kenyans to vote leaders who hold interests of the nation at heart regardless of their ethnic background.
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