Clergy calls for sobriety and unity after polls

Clergy calls for sobriety and unity after polls

Bishop Dr. John Okinda.

  • Led by the National Council of Churches Vice Chair Bishop Dr. John Okinda who is also the presiding Bishop of all PEFA churches in Kenya, the clergy called for sobriety across political divides.
  • The men of cloth also urged the Kenya Kwanza government to move with speed to tackle the high cost of living which is taking a toll on many Kenyans.

Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) bishops in Kenya have called upon leaders to bring Kenyans together in a bid to foster development across the nation after last month’s General Election.

Led by the National Council of Churches Vice Chair Bishop Dr. John Okinda who is also the presiding Bishop of all PEFA churches in Kenya, the clergy called for sobriety across political divides.

The men of cloth also urged the Kenya Kwanza government to move with speed to tackle the high cost of living which is taking a toll on many Kenyans, as well as finding long lasting solutions to mitigate hunger caused by drought in various parts of the country. 

Similar sentiments were echoed by various bishops from PEFA churches, who added that it is time Kenyans double their efforts to bring back the country's economy to where it should be.

The bishops attended a church function in Kisii where they also offered special prayers to the nation as leadership transition in the two levels of governance takes shape.

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