Religious leaders in the Kenyan Coast warn political leaders on early 2022 campaigns

  • | Kenya News Media
    Religious leaders in the coastal region have asked the politicians to end early political campaigns ahead of 2022 polls and concentrate on ways to revive the country’s economy that has been much affected by Covid-19 pandemic. The leaders express their concerns in the rising political temperatures which it said threatens to tear the country apart at the time the government is grappling with containing the Covid-19 pandemic. The leaders spoke at Ushindi Baptist church in Likoni during the launch of Breakthrough University at the church where six senior bishops in Mombasa were are honored for their work of spreading the word of God. The University will have at least five centers in the region, the leaders said. Rev Maisha who doubles as the chair of Coast Region Council of Bishops urged the Kenyans not to allow themselves to be used by politicians who show signs that their primary interest is greed for power saying the politicians should stop engaging in premature campaigns and making utterances that could plunge the country into violence. #KENYANewsMEDIA YouTube: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Website: SHARE and SUBSCRIBE.