October 22nd 2017

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Religious leaders urged to give direction as tensions build over repeat poll

He added that all leadership comes from God and all leaders should be in line to give direction for others to follow the example. "All leaders in the country should be in line to give leadership and a clear path for others to follow to avoid any conflicts in the country," added Bishop Hunja.

By Oscar NdundaThursday, 21 Sep 2017 20:37 EAT

Bishop Peter Hunja of Global Spring Ministries.

Religious leaders have been urged to give direction to the country as elections are expected to avoid a crisis. Speaking while issuing out blankets and flour to Global Elderly Vision which houses the elderly, widows orphans and physically challenged Bishop Peter Hunja of the Global Spring Ministries said there is need for all religious to pray for the nation and point the direction for peace to prevail.

"I am appealing to all religious leaders to pray for the nation and point out direction as we are heading to another elections so that there will be peace,"said Bishop Hunja.

He added that all leadership comes from God and all leaders should be in line to give direction for others to follow the example. "All leaders in the country should be in line to give leadership and a clear path for others to follow to avoid any conflicts in the country," added Bishop Hunja.

He further called out on both Jubilee and NASA to respect the courts of Kenya so that the common mwananchi can respect the court and also to avoid a crisis. 

"I am also appealing to both Jubilee and NASA to respect our courts so that the common man can respect the court too and also to avoid a crisis in the nation," he added.

The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press





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