Work Together, Churches Tell Narok Leaders

Work Together, Churches Tell Narok Leaders

NCCK secretary General Canon Peter Karanja challenged Narok County Governor Samuel Ole Tunai and Senator Stephen Ole Ntutu to embrace dialogue in order to settle their differences amicably.

NCCK noted that the political rivalry between Governor Tunai and Senator Ntutu were issues of national concern and must be addressed within the shortest time possible.

It further noted that the wrangles have hampered peaceful coexistence among the residents of Narok.

He further challenged the Narok County leaders to work as a team to ensure devolution works for the benefit of the community.



The clergy, who was speaking after attending a workshop in Narok town, pledged to help resolve the differences among the two leaders.

On January 28th this year, Senator Ntutu and four Members of Parliament from Narok were arrested over alleged incitement.

This came two days after a violent demonstration in Narok town that saw at least two people dead and several others injured.

The leaders had posed questions to the County government, demanding accountability in how the government spends billions of shillings it collects from the Maasai Mara Game Reserve annually.

By Musalia Wycliffe





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