The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Kyuso Clergy Leads Caravan for Peace

The clergy has been urged to pray for pray for peace during the campaigns. "We should pray for our country as if there is no tomorrow," said Rev Isaac Kithome of Gospel Outreach Ministry in

Kyuso district. "Prayer is the only thing which will help maintain peace in Kenya. We call on our our leaders to keep peace during the campaigns." He was speaking during a peace demonstration at Kyuso Market at the end of the seventh day of peace campaign and prayer.

He said the campaign had brought together the Christians from various denominations in Kyuso and Tseikuru districts. They carried placards written "Peace" and "Men We Want Peace". Kithome said a month's passes without someone being killed in Kyuso.

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