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BY KORIR JUMA,NAIROBI,12TH AUG 2017-The catholic bishops have urged president elect Uhuru Kenyatta to move in with speed and embark on healing the nation which is greatly divided following the just concluded elections. In their statement read to the press on behalf of Kenya conference of catholic bishops KCCB vice chair bishop John Obala Owaa on Saturday 12th August ,the bishops also urged the government to ensure that no Kenyan will be discriminated along political or tribal basis considering how they voted in the just concluded poll.
The bishops further urged the police to provide security to every kenyan wherever they are as well as their property .expressing their regrets following the news that some people had died as a result of announcement of presidential results on Friday night .”we have received disturbing news of lose of life as a result of the elections in some parts of the country no body should die as a result of an election” said bishop Obala.
The catholic bishops have also urged all those who have been aggrieved as a result of the elections to use the established legal means to have their grievances addressed.Urging Kenyan to move on with their normal lives,the bishops have said Kenyans must leave the concerned institutions to handle any issue related to the elections.They also urged politicians to stay clear of any inciting words that may divide the country further at this moment.