Wangari Njuguna @PeopleDailyKe
Leaders of the troubled African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa have said they are ready for dialogue to end wrangles in the church.
The leaders from two splinter groups of the church supporting the two archbishops coronated early this year, have said they are ready to put aside their personal differences and unite the church and its members.
Addressing the press in Murang’a the AIPCA national chairman Paul Gichu admitted that the leadership wrangles have greatly affected the church’s operations and prosperity.
He said a meeting to be attended by bishops from the 24 dioceses and two archbishops is scheduled for tomorrow at the Bahati Cathedral church in Nairobi, and though he declined to divulge the meeting’s agenda, there are indications that the church leadership is keen to end the wrangles within its ranks.