The Catholic Church urges the government to take action against religious extremism in Kenya
The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops has criticized the government's handling of religious extremism in the country, particularly in the wake of the Shakahola massacre. The massacre, which occurred in Kilifi County, resulted in the deaths of over 100 people and was carried out in the name of religion.
Rev Father Henry Juma Odonya Appointed As Bishop Of Catholic Diocese of Kitale
Catholic church is one of the most organized denomination in the world. The church has more that 5 Billion followers in the whole world. The church is led by Holy Father Pope Franci. Today, The Holy Father Pope Francis has appointed Rev. Fr. Henry Juma Odonya as the new and second Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Kitale.
Gachagua Defends Church Over Shakahola Massacre
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has defended the church against those who condemn all religious leaders following the Shakahola massacre. Speaking during the installation of Reverend Cleophas Oseso as the new Nakuru Catholic Diocese Bishop, Gachagua urged the clergy to work together to root out those preaching false doctrines.
Catholic Church Makes An Announcement Ahead Of The August General Elections
Catholic church has made an announcement with barely a month to the August general elections about the ceasefire between President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto.William Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta have been in war of words recently, the two seem not to be in good terms a move that has caused the church to react.
Just in: Bomas Auditorium Being Cleared For Preparation of Announcement of Presidential Winner
According to reports,Bomas auditorium floor is being cleared in readiness for subsequent ceremonies relating to announcement of the winner. IEBC has already announced that they have finalized the verifi of form 34A and 34B and what is awaiting is the announcement of presidential winner. Meanwhile,Archbishop Anthony Muheria of Nyeri has urged Kenyans to maintain peace and avoid fake news, which could generate unwarranted alarm as the country awaits the official presidential election results.
Present elect Ruto’s Message from the Clergy after the Supreme Court upheld his win.
Following a fiercely contested general election in which Kenya was divided into two factions, religious leaders in the nation have asked President-elect William Ruto to concentrate on reconciling the nation. The leaders, led by Archbishop Martin Kivuva, Chairman of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB), also praised Kenyans for upholding peace and encouraged the incoming administration to address issues affecting Kenyans.
“Tumetambua ni Mtu Mwenye Moyo Mgumu” What Bishop Said About Raila Before Quickly Correcting Himself
While addressing at Raila Odinga's Karen home, an Azimio presidential contender, a Bishop found it difficult to explain Raila. Bishop Martin Kivuva, the chair of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops in Kenya, claimed that Raila was cold-hearted before admitting his error. Religious leaders that went to see Raila, according to Kivuva, stated that they were going to pray with him once the results of the presidential election were known.
All Eyes on Raila, Uhuru's Opposition After What the Church has Advised Them to do to Ruto's Govt'
Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga's Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance which is the opposition has been advised not to relent on putting the Kenya Kwanza administration on its toes. Addressing the press in Mombasa, Catholic Bishops through the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops, (KCCB) reminded the opposition to be bold enough and highlight pertinent issues affecting the country, to give constructive criticism.
Kenyan Clergy Breaks Silence Regarding the Coming General Elections.
The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops has appealed to the media to only disseminate truthful information as the country gears towards the general elections in August 9. In a meeting between Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops and Kenya Editors Guild, President of the Kenya Editors Guild, Churchill Otieno called for courageous ness to the media when reporting news at this period of campaigns and politics.
'Uhalalishaji Wa Marijuana Utaharibu Vijana' Church leaders Denounce Wajackoyah's Manifesto.
With only 46 days to the August General Elections, politicians have been intensifying their campaigns in different regions as they popularize their candidature. George Wajackoyah, the presidential candidate for the Root Party, has asked Kenyans to support him on August 9 because he thinks his administration will result in economic liberation.
Tuesday Newspaper Headlines Review
The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops has challenged the media to work closely with the church to offer direction on national matters as the country gears towards the August 9 polls. Several institutions are trialling the use of drones to deliver medicines and vaccines to save lives, through the timely delivery of much needed medical supplies to remote or inaccessible areas.
"Ni Mtu Mwenye Moyo Mgumu" What Bishop Said About Raila Before Quickly Correcting Himself
While addressing at Raila Odinga's Karen home, an Azimio presidential contender, a Bishop found it difficult to explain Raila.Bishop Martin Kivuva, the chair of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops in Kenya, claimed that Raila was cold-hearted before admitting his error. Religious leaders that went to see Raila, according to Kivuva, stated that they were going to pray with him once the results of the presidential election were known.
Church Calls On Opposition To Be Bold Enough, Alleges Why
The Catholic church in Kenya has called on the opposition to come out stronger in keeping the government in check and ensure quality service delivery to citizens as promised. This came when Catholic bishops through the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) were addressing a press conference in Mombasa on Thursday 10th of this month.