The National Police Service has always been dedicated to serving Kenyans of all faiths without prejudice and this is why through the years, they've been able to achieve so much in terms of delivery.
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This morning, according to the National Police Service Official Twitter Handle, Christians all over the world and specifically Kenya, have been wished a blessed Ash Wednesday from the cops.
The Christians are commencing their Ash Wednesday journey today where ash is used as a symbol for penance and reflection of the 40 days and nights that Jesus fasted in the wilderness.
Her is the full statement from NPS, "Blessed Ash Wednesday! Christians around the world have commenced the torturous journey of 40 days of penance and reflection. This is all in preparation for the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ.
The journey has commenced today the Ash Wednesday, when Christians are reminded of their immortality. Ash is applied on their foreheads as a mark of this reminder.
Such reflection goes beyond the Christian faith to the rest of humanity. It’s a time to reflect, mend fences and amend our ways.
As NPS, we wish the Christian fraternity a blessed Ash Wednesday, and a blessed Lenten season, as we purpose to journey with you in the wilderness."
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