Prioritizing the country's peaceful cohabitation ahead of the elections on August 9 is what the bishops want Uhuru Kenyatta to do.
The bishops are quite worried about how terribly the altercations between Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto are going down here.
The bishops agree that Uhuru's comments have put the nation on a dangerous course toward destruction, which is very regrettable.
Even if Uhuru Kenyatta has intensified his criticism of William Ruto, the vice president, it is clear that election season is upon us.
It's unfortunate that the two leaders' fans are also getting into a public argument.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his vice president William Ruto have received a message from Bishop David Muriithi and a group of other bishops from Embu County.
The two most important leaders in the nation, in the opinion of the bishops, must put aside their differences because doing so will put the nation in a very embarrassing situation as elections approach.
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