- The Christian and Muslim leaders said Ruto and Raila should have an unconditional meet-up and to quell political tension in the country.
- He said the events of last night forced them to travel back in time to the sad memories of 2007-08 post-election violence.
The Inter-Religious Council has called on President William Ruto to move with speed and prevent the country from plunging into anarchy.
Leaders from the council appealed to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to go easy on his political stance against the government and call on his supporters to be peaceful.
"Thirdly, we are calling on all politicians to refrain from using inflammatory language in political meetings and on social media to advance hard stances and incite their ardent followers which have inadvertently led to the unfortunate events last night here in Kibra," they said in a statement read in Kibra.
The Christian and Muslim leaders said Ruto and Raila should have an unconditional meet-up and to quell political tension in the country.
On Monday night, the Pentecostal Church of East Africa in Kibra was set ablaze by unknown people. Masjid A-Aqsa Islamic Mosque was also set on fire by unknown arsonists.
Property including the PCEA school and homes around were damaged during the unrest.
"It is for these reasons that as religious leaders; we are deeply pained and regret the unfolding and spiraling incidences of violence linked to nationwide protests called by Azimio One Kenya Coalition," Supkem national chair Hassan ole Nado said.
He said the events of last night forced them to travel back in time to the sad memories of 2007-08 post-election violence.
"The people of Kenya do not want a civil war. The people of Kibra are not ready or willing to be dismembered, or to be used as tools of political convenience in the hands of some politicians," he said.