Mbugua launches Nakuru prayers to foster unity

October 4, 2015 2:40 pm
Governor Kinuthia Mbugua with Bishop Mark Kariuki.
Governor Kinuthia Mbugua with Bishop Mark Kariuki.

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 3 – The inaugural Nakuru County Prayer Breakfast took place on Friday bringing together leaders from various sectors in the county and around the country.

Governor Kinuthia Mbugua who was the patron of the event lauded the move saying that it is a big step in uniting the people of Nakuru.

He said that unity in diversity is a more complex unity based on understanding that differences in social, culture, religious, ideological and political, enrich human interactions.

“These differences enrich our socialization. Unity in diversity is the highest possible attainment of civilization, a testimony to the noblest possibilities of the human race,” he stated.

Other leaders present were Speaker of Nakuru County Assembly Susan Kihika, MPs David Gikaria, Samuel Arama, among other leaders.

The event was organized by National Prayer Breakfast Nakuru Chapter, Nakuru Christian Professionals Association and Nakuru Church Elders Council and Nakuru county government.

“We want this to be a culture, we should be having such prayer breakfast every year and we are ready to support in any way,’ they said.

The objective was to enhance unity and harmony under the theme, “FOSTERING UNITY IN DIVERSITY” towards the social and economic development of the county.


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