Clergy calls for peaceful, free and fair polls
The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has urged Kenyans to maintain peace as the country gears up for Tuesday’s General Election.
Speaking at ACK St. Andrews Cathedral in Thika, NCCK Secretary General, Rev. Canon Peter Karanja, also called on Christians to continue praying for the country to remain united, saying peace must be guarded passionately by all.
The Secretary General said the level of the preparedness by IEBC and other stakeholders is a clear indication that the country is on track to conduct free and fair elections.
Karanja also appealed to all losers who will feel aggrieved by the outcome of the elections to use the right channels of the courts to appeal, and also urged the Police Service to ensure they are not used as instruments of rigging the polls.
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