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Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) Archbishop Jackson ole Sapit (pictured, left) has urged Kenyans to unite, love and forgive one another as a way of reconciliation for the country to develop.
Speaking in Nakuru yesterday during the conferment of a doctorate degree to the Nakuru diocese bishop Stephen Muchai (pictured, right), Sapit said the only way to build the nation after a divisive season of politics was reconciliation.
He said leaders from all political divide should embark on a healing process by bringing all Kenyans together despite their diversity as one of the ways of embracing Christmas theme of love.
“Kenyans should embark on a healing process by embracing love, unity and forgiveness as a way of reconciliation in a bid to develop the country,” said Sapit. He said the country has been held to ransom by the prolonged politicking, adding that this has been a hindrance for businesses and investors with some opting to pull out the country.