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Kenya: Clerics in Bungoma up in arms over rising attacks

Posted by African Press International on May 1, 2013

  • BY GODFREY WAMALWA, API-KENYA
Religious leaders in Bungoma county have condemned last week criminal attacks in Bungoma villgers in which over 100 people were injured,maimed and killed.
In a joint press briefing in Bungoma,the leaders led by Bungoma Gospel believers Church Bishop Francis Bushepi condemned the witnessed killings of several people and maiming others at mayanja,mukwa,Naburereya, Ndengelwa and kikwechi areas.

According to bishop Bushepi the target was not just the ordinary citizens in the region but is yet to be also unleashed to the clergy and elected leaders as well.”The move is to ensure that the newly elected county Governor does not succeed in implementing his development agenda and provision of services to the people”lamented Bushepi.
He further revealed that the security agents have carried out investigations and have found that the issue to be a political move by losers in the just concluded general elections trying to avenge for being interchanged in the whole political game. They further conveyed their condolences to the families of those who lost their beloved ones in the savage attacks.
Meanwhile ACK Archbishop Eliud Wabukala called upon human rights team to move in and bring to board those behind the ugly attack.Speaking through the phone,he called for a mass shake up of over stayed police officers in the region.

 

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One Response to “Kenya: Clerics in Bungoma up in arms over rising attacks”

  1. We need names. Expose the terrorists.

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