“The Country is gravitating towards monumental violence, if politically instigated chaos and intolerance are not tamed.” Nakuru Bishops have warned.
Speaking in Nakuru during the honorary doctorate awards to Bishops, the concerned clergies said it is unfortunate that politicians are the main catalysts of the chaos.
They called on the National Police Service and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission to deal with politicians fanning chaos ahead of the 2022 General Election.
Led by Bishop Dr. Daniel Gitau of CHRISCO church Nakuru ,the religious leaders have repeatedly called on investigative agencies to check the utterances and actions of some politicians and prosecute them.
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Dr Gitau said the type of politics witnessed in the country evokes memories of 2007 when the country found itself at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Bishop Dr Ibrahim Gitu, a peace crusader also urged Kenyans to be wary of politicians out of touch with real issues who are only interested in their selfish gains.
He called on Kenyans to avoid being used by the political class and instead choose their leaders wisely ahead of the 2022 elections.
Bishop Dr. Nancy Kinuthia of Glorious Family Church Nakuru asked Kenyans to shun leaders who don’t offer solutions to problems facing the common “mwananchi”
She urged the youth to be at the forefront in condemning violence saying they should report politicians giving them handouts to cause chaos.
“As leaders, we must stop using the youths to cause chaos for political reasons. We want to unite and live peacefully as Kenyans in any part of this country.” She added.
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