The Star (Nairobi)

24 February 2013

Kenya: Day of Peace and Reconciliation

Political candidates put aside their differences during the national prayer meeting and pledge to keep peace and tolerance. ( Resource: Kenyans Come Together in National Prayers Ahead of Polls

After two days of prayer at Uhuru Park by Christian faithful, it shall all be culminated with a day of national repentance today. Prophet Owuor has invited all presidential candidates in a public declaration of peace before elections in commemoration of the Day of Peace and Reconciliation.

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