Bad news to those leaders campaigning in churches after Ministry of Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i and his Permanent Secretary Karanja Kibicho's new strategy.
CS Fred Matiang'i has informed that the churches should be in the frontline to combat bad leadership in this country giving them more powers to lead a campaign on denying bad leaders the vote.
Permanent Secretary Karanja Kibicho has reiterated Fred Matiang'is remarks stating that "Personalization and building of cultism in political and public life poses a recipe for electoral chaos. I thus agree with CS Matiang’i when he challenged church leaders to speak truth to power and lead a campaign on denying bad leaders the vote."
Karanja Kibicho has implored all church leaders that they should stand to protect the peace of this nation and should not allow politicians to drive them.
"We must all stand up for a peaceful," Kibicho added.
The Ministry of Interior CS has also informed that churches should play a role on matters parenting in ensuring that they improve
"CS Fred Matiang'i urges church leaders to urgently address parenting crisis. Says we’re losing more people to domestic violence than we are to terrorism. He expressed grave concern that many children are growing up without parenting," read the report from Wangui Muchiri who is the Ministry of Interior communication director.
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