- The primate spoke when he consecrated and dedicated St Mark's Anglican Church at Koilot in Nandi county.
- The archbishop also officially received ACK Dr David Langat School constructed at a cost of Sh130 million by billionaire David Langat.
The Anglican Church wants the Dialogue talks team given ample time to address the issues that have been agreed for deliberation.
The head of the church Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit said critics of the team will only help to polarise the country and threaten peace.
He called for tolerance among Kenyans and an end of selfishness, explaining that the talks should be for the country and not meant to benefit individuals.
“We have had problems in the country due to personal ego and entitlement. Let's open our minds and look at the broader picture of the country and its people,” Sapit said.
The primate spoke when he consecrated and dedicated St Mark's Anglican Church at Koilot in Nandi county.
The archbishop also officially received ACK Dr David Langat School constructed at a cost of Sh130 million by billionaire David Langat, the proprietor of DL Group of Companies.
The private primary school with 600 pupils was handed over to the Anglican Diocese of Kapsabet by Langat as an income generating project for the church and to help support the less fortunate in society.
Langat said he wanted the institution to be self-sustaining and enable the church generate income to meet its financial obligations apart from supporting needy children who cannot access quality education.
Sapit also welcomed the government's new university financing model, saying it targeted students from families at the bottom of the socioeconomic pyramid.
“I have met with the concerned people in government because of the public outrage on the model and have assured Kenyans that the model would ensure those needy are taken care of through full government university scholarships,” Sapit said.
The cleric equally hailed the recommendation of the presidential working group on the Competence Based Curriculum saying if implemented the proposals would go a long way in improving the education system in Kenya.
He said the Anglican Church in Kenya was a major stakeholder in education and will always be in the forefront in re-looking at what benefits the Kenyan society.
The archbishop was in a one-week pastoral tour of Nandi county and is being hosted by Bishop Paul Korir of Kapsabet diocese.