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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Nambale ACK ex-bishop calls for peaceful election

Retired Nambale Anglican Diocese Bishop Josiah Were and his wife Mary congratulates  Margaret  Yaite   during  her 70th anniversary in Lupida on Saturday.
Retired Nambale Anglican Diocese Bishop Josiah Were and his wife Mary congratulates Margaret Yaite during her 70th anniversary in Lupida on Saturday.

Former Anglican Church of Kenya Nambale Diocese Bishop Josiah Were has urged politicians to promote peace.

He said Kenya should not have a repeat of the 2007-08 post-election violence.

Were spoke in Amagoro, Teso North subcounty on Saturday.

“Let politicians rise above ethnic and divisive politics and hold peaceful campaigns.

As the church, we pray that God gives us good leaders,” he said.

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