Clergy: Mudavadi’s mediation offer misplaced
10 June 2014, 08:29
Nairobi - The African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) archbishop, Amos Kabuthu has said the recent offer by Musalia Mudavadi to mediate between government and opposition is misplaced.
In a statement sent to media houses, Kabuthu said the country is at peace hence does not warrant Mudavadi’s offer of mediation for national dialogue.
He urged the opposition to play its official role arguing that government’s performance will be assessed in 2017.
Kabuthu said latest remarks by CORD coalition leaders over SAba Saba rally are creating unnecessary tension, which can lead the country into disarray.
“I hold the opinion that the group is manipulated by foreigners and this puts their patriotism to check. Dialogues should be channeled through existing systems and anything short of this is incitement and unwelcome,” said Kabuthu.
He urged the government to stop such leaders from inciting Kenyans noting that AIPCA has severally suffered in the past from such situations.
Kabuthu urged Kenyans to embrace government’s initiative of Nyumba Kumi saying everybody is a custodian of his/her neighbors.
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