Faith leaders in Kenya

Faith leaders in Kenya at a press conference on 6 September 2022. Credit: KCCB

Focus Attention on Holding Elected Leaders to Account: Faith Leaders in Kenya to Citizens

Sep 6, 2022

Religious leaders in Kenya have urged citizens of the East African country to shift their attention from the general elections to holding elected leaders to account as the electioneering period has ended. 

Faith leaders in Kenya during a press briefing on 29 August 2022. Credit: NCCK

Accept Verdict of Supreme Court on Poll Petition as Justice: Faith Leaders in Kenya

Aug 29, 2022

Religious leaders in Kenya have urged citizens of the East African country to accept the ruling of the Supreme Court that one the political coalitions in the August 9 general elections, Azimio La Umoja, filed seeking to overturn the Presidential results.

Kenya's President-elect, Dr. William Ruto, greeting the Chairman of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB), Archbishop Martin Kivuva (foreground), representatives of religious leaders in Kenya in the background. Credit: Catholic MPs in Kenya/Facebook

Kenya’s Faith Leaders Engage “key political actors” to Foster “justice, peace, prosperity”

Aug 17, 2022

Faith leaders in Kenya are reaching out to “key political actors” in the East African nation following the declaration of the Presidential election results, which the candidate who was ranked second has rejected. 

Representatives of religious leaders in Kenya addressing the nation after closure of polling stations on Tuesday, August 9. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Kenya’s Faith Leaders Urge “highest possible levels of transparency” in Vote Tallying

Aug 10, 2022

Religious leaders in Kenya have urged the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to demonstrate “the highest possible levels of transparency, accountability and accuracy” in the vote tallying process following the general elections in the East African nation.