23 February 2013

Kenya: All Kenyans Must Take Responsibility in Achieving Peace

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

Kenyans have been reminded to take the necessary steps to ensure that violence and hatred play no part in the coming elections. The African Union Panel of Eminent African Personalities Kofi Annan says political, religious and community leaders must also condemn any action or language aimed at dividing or inciting Kenyans . Annan says the results of the elections must be respected and disputes should be settled in court.

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