President Kenyatta urges Coast residents to embrace peace

September 4, 2016 4:00 pm
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The Head of State reassured of his personal commitment to unite the country and safeguard peace. Photo/PSCU.
The Head of State reassured of his personal commitment to unite the country and safeguard peace. Photo/PSCU.
MOMBASA, Kenya Sep 4 – President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Coast residents to unite and embrace peace.

President Kenyatta said the region cannot realise its full development potential if there is no peace and people are divide along tribal, religious and political lines.

“We will be able to achieve a lot if we respect each other, we are united and live together harmoniously,” President Kenyatta said.

The President spoke today when he joined other Christians for a Sunday mass at the Holy Ghost Catholic Cathedral in Mombasa.

The Head of State reassured of his personal commitment to unite the country and safeguard peace.

Archbishop Martin Kivuva of the Catholic Archdiocese of Mombasa presided over the mass and delivered the sermon.

The Archbishop said Christians in Mombasa are working with Kenyans of other religions in peace building and promotion of unity.

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