Religious leaders in Kenya are calling for peace and calm amid tension in the East African nation following the declaration of the final results of the Presidential election that was conducted on August 9.
Members of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Ethiopia (CBCE) have lauded the role of their counterparts in Kenya, the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB), in the country’s general elections conducted on Tuesday, August 9.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have called on the people of God in the East African nation to exercise prudence during the electioneering period, and to avoid all forms of tallying manipulation as the electorate heads to the polls on Tuesday, August 9.
The Local Ordinary of Nairobi Archdiocese in Kenya has urged voters in the East African nation to be prepared to accept the outcome of the Tuesday, August 9 general elections because life has to continue after the polls.
Religious leaders in Kenya have urged the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to conduct Kenya’s August 9 general elections in a manner that does not trigger doubts about their credibility.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have urged political candidates in the East African to prepare their respective supporters to accept the outcome of the poll scheduled for August 9.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) have urged the electorate in Kenya to consider political candidates’ track record in environmental conservation during the general elections scheduled to take place on August 9.
Catholic Bishops have urged Kenyans to avoid tribal clashes that have previously characterized the country’s electioneering period, and instead embrace “cultural diversity”.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) have called upon civil servants in the East African nation to abide by the law and remain faithful in their service to citizens ahead of the general elections on August 9 elections and expected changes in political leadership of the country.
Principals of Catholic Schools in Kenya have been urged to ensure “a distinctive Catholic identify” in their respective institutions of learning.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) have urged officials of Kenyan judiciary to “prepare themselves” to handle poll-related disputes ahead of the August 9 general elections.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) are calling on the electorate in Kenya to examine political candidates on the basis of their “vision” for service if they are not to engage in “careless voting”.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have cautioned political candidates against taking advantage of the electorate’s “misfortunes and especially funerals” to promote own personal interests.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have cautioned political aspirants against the tendency to demean voters ahead of the August 9 general elections, saying such behavior goes “against the spirit of responsible leadership”.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have challenged communicators who profess the Catholic faith to take into account their Christian faith when reporting.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have urged the people of God in the East African country to evaluate political candidates seeking to be elected in the August 9 general elections so that they can vote in pro-life leaders.
The Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Nyeri in Kenya has told media houses in the East African nation to practice credible journalism, noting that the media houses will still make money if they serve people with truth.
The Catholic Bishop at the helm of the Commission for Education and Religious Education (CERE) in Kenya has called upon learners and the management of schools in the East African country to use all means possible to eradicate drugs from learning institutions in order to improve their academic performance.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) have paid tribute to the country’s former president, Emilio Stanley Mwai Kibaki, saying that the President who died on April 21 set a good example that should be emulated by others in public office.
A Catholic couple in Kenya that battled health conditions owing to the use of contraceptives is using the experiences to encourage the use of Natural Family Planning (NFP).