The Catholic Church bans political speeches in church

The Catholic Church has with immediate effect banned political speeches inside the church and within the celebration of mass outside the church premises.

Archbishop Antony Muheria said the bishops are concerned about the President and his deputy’s rocky relationship saying it was causing anxiety among Kenyans.

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They offered to mediate in a bid to reconcile them for the sake of unity

At the same time Catholic bishops now claim insecurity being witnessed in Laikipia County is politically instigated.

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Addressing the press this morning, the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) attributed the cyclic spit of violence in Laikipia and other parts of the country including Garissa, Marsabit, and parts of the Rift Valley region to politics.

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In a statement read by KCCB Chair Archbishop Martin Kivuva, the bishops called on the government to compensate distressed families in Laikipia and deploy all relevant machinery to quickly restore normalcy in the troubled region

  

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