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North Rift Religious leaders urge for peaceful co-existence

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BY JOHN WERU/CORRESPONDENT,10TH AUG 2017-Religious leaders from the North rift region  have  commended Kenyans for maintaining peace so far as the county a waits announcement of presidential results.

Addressing the press in Eldoret led by Eldoret catholic diocese bishop Cornelius Korir  the leaders who included the representative of the imams of Kenya the leaders have expressed their  satisfaction in the way the country has remained peaceful and urged kenyans to remain calm until the end of entire election process which include tallying  of votes and  official announcement of winners.

”We have not heard or seen any incident of violence,which is commendable,even here in this region we continue to witness calm and peace”.said bishop Korir.

The leaders have also urged law enforcers including police to protect all kenyans irrespective of the different political divide.According to them all kenyans do have a right to be protected.They further urged other organizations and civil societies to  unite in urging for peace across the country.

Political leaders and other stakeholders involved in elections also urged to call for peace and calm as well as exercising patient.

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