Catholic Bishops in Kenya have expressed their reservations about the “Building Bridges Initiative” (BBI) report, highlighting the gaps that need to be addressed in what they describe as “a draft in progress.”
As the war against corruption in Kenya intensifies following the launch of a six-month country-wide campaign against graft in October 2019, Catholic Bishops in the East African nation have called on the people who “have stolen or unfairly taken public resources” to seek forgiveness and to change their ways.
The move by the Catholic Bishops in Kenya to unveil a six-month country-wide campaign against the vice of corruption has received support from within the country, ranging from institutions to individuals.
In a move that many have applauded and described as a big stride on the part of faith-based leaders in the fight against corruption in Kenya, Catholic Bishops in the East African nation have launched a six-month country-wide campaign against graft aimed at what these leaders have labeled “Breaking the Chains of Corruption.”
In a country where cases of corruption involving colossal sums of money have often made headlines, the leadership of the Catholic Church in Kenya is making an intervention that will see Bishops make a commitment at a national event that will bring together clergy, women and men religious, and laity from across the East African country, one of the organizers told ACI Africa Wednesday.