Kenyan voters have been urged to return to their respective homes after casting their vote on August 9.
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) 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”.
A Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has faulted politicians in the East African nation for prioritizing the use of slogans over political manifestos ahead of the general elections scheduled to take place on August 9.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have pledged to start sharing weekly messages in what is to be called “Bishops' Sunday message” aimed at fostering evangelizing in the East African nation.
Kenya is experiencing a “stormy weather” amid intensifying political campaigns ahead of August 9 general elections with politicians exchanging “ungodly words”, a Catholic Archbishop in the East African country has said, and called on political leaders to sacrifice their ego for peace.
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 late third President of Kenya, Emilio Stanley Mwai Kibaki, was a humble leader with notable “respect for sacred places”, Archbishop Anthony Muheria said Saturday, April 30 during the Funeral Mass of the former Head of State who died on April 21 at the age of 90.
The Archbishop of Kenya’s Nyeri Archdiocese has sought to encourage candidates sitting for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) saying he is praying for their success.
Three Catholic Archbishops in Kenya have, in separate interviews with ACI Africa, called on the people of God in the East African nation to work toward peaceful, just and honest general elections scheduled to take place on August 9.
Members of the Interfaith Council on COVID-19 in Kenya are urging citizens of the East African nation to keep off political gatherings which are potential spreaders of the coronavirus.
Politicians in Kenya have been cautioned against using church premises including the pulpit for their political campaigns.
Religious leaders under the auspices of the Interfaith Council on COVID-19 in Kenya have urged politicians in the country to keep off in-person political rallies, saying they are super spreaders of the coronavirus.