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  1. Faulu Suba September 21st, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    Kenya is astray, wayward and treading the lost path. The only solution is to repent and come back to God. No other way will redeem Kenya. A country where people who  lie, kill others, oppress the poor and engage in corruption are cheered on cannot redeem itself unless its people repent. A country where tribal warlords are rewarded by leadership position, a country whose clergy embrace materialism and do not want to call sin by its name, a country which calls itself christian and yet its people only engage in a form of godliness, where people claim to know God but talk and acts as is God is not relevant in their lives is dommed. It matters not whether leaders are changed, evil practices can only beget evil.

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  2. Joy September 22nd, 2011 at 6:52 am

    Finally someone speaks.. Thank you NCCK. You represent me. 

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  3. Wa Wanjiku September 23rd, 2011 at 7:22 am

    @ Faulu Suba;I realy feel you. for sure what we need is repentance and seriously crying to God. But we also need to change our mind set as Kenyans. Do we really have to recycle ‘leaders’ who instead of dressing our wounds they are enlarging them for their own gains? what happened to the meanings of proverbs like ‘ once beaten, twice shy’ and ‘ a fool returns his finger in the same mouth that had bitten it’. Kenyans we have to arise. How comes that the ammendments are even not suggested on the areas that the NO team had pointed as requiring ammendments? May God help us. 
    @NCCK. yes please! prepare more of these press statements! We need to realy start ‘kujivunia kuwa wakenya’ because for sure, unless we act hypocrites, we are not!! 

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