We recall that last year’s Christmas, was marked with anxiety, due to the elections that were foreseen on December 27. We also note that following the elections, our country went into turmoil after the final announcement of the presidential results.
The Kenya Bishops Christmas Lent message
06 March 2008
In his Lenten message, Cardinal John Njue of Nairobi said, “The people who were once friends have now become tough enemies. Kenya is a wounded people and divided nation. The values of society are now destroyed and even lost. We need to use all good and reasonable means available to stop this violence; to dialogue, to avoid both national and international misunderstandings
Caritas witnesses to violence across the world make Kenya peace plea
30 January 2008
Directors and staff from Caritas members that have witnessed the destruction of war are calling on the government and people of Kenya to support dialogue and cease all violence. They issued this statement through Caritas International, the umbrella organisation for 165 national Caritas members.
Caritas in Africa and across the world condemn Kenya violence
29 January 2008
The President of Caritas Internationalis Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez and the President of Caritas Africa Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga say all sides in Kenya must work to stop the violence.
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