Two Days ago there emerged a conflict between the and and Kikuyu traditional group called “Kiama kia ma” over who was to preside a burial ceremony. This didn't go well which left Kenyans talking on social media urging the two groups to talk and come into an agreement.
Some hours ago during women's seminar at AIPCA Gakarara church in Maragua diocese where AIPCA Bishop Julius Njoroge, Church bishop Samwel Mburu and Ann wa muratha had availed themselves they decided to talk about the conflict. According to Ann wa muratha, she asked the church and the traditional group to respect one another and give each group the opportunity to conduct their rituals.
She went ahead and said the church should take the first step and talk with the traditional group the same way the Meru community church did with their traditional group “Njuri Njeke” and today they are in good terms. On the other hand bishop Samwel Mburu said they are not against traditional men conducting their rituals and they respect them but they are only asking them to respect the church since tradition and church will live to be united. Watch the video below.
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