Anglican churcgh calls for peaceful co-existence after polls,urges those not satisfied to use legal channels

Anglican churcgh calls for peaceful co-existence after polls,urges those not satisfied to use legal channels

BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,15TH AUG 2017-The Anglican church  in the country has urged for peaceful co-existence after the August 8th polls.Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop,Jackson Ole Sapit  has urged all those who still have questions about the elections to explore legal ways in finding a solution.

The archbishop is also urging the inspector of police Joseph Boinet to ensure that claims of excessive  use of force on civilians during the protests that followed announcement of  presidential results are investigated and culprits brought to book.

Addressing the press on Tuesday In Nairobi,Ole Sapit  has also  appealed to all Kenyans to leave in peace with one another.He has condemned the De-registration of the Kenya Human Right commission KHRC.According to the archbishop the move will impart negatively on freedom of civil society organizations to operate freely.

He says such organizations have played an important role in the economic and democratic fronts in the country leading to many benefits enjoyed by  Kenyans today.

 

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