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Raila praises Sister Irene Stefani beatification

22 May 2015, 14:30 William Korir

Nairobi - CORD leader Raila Odinga has commended the local Catholic Church on the Beatification of Sister Irene Stefani 'Nyaatha'.

The late sister, renowned for the work she did during world war 1 in helping needy soldiers and the community at large will be recognized by the Catholic Church over the weekend in Nyeri town.

" The beatification of Sister Irene Stefani set for tomorrow is a significant event in the history of our country and particularly that of Christianity and our journey in faith," he said.

The former Prime Minister says that the beatification has rallied the nation on the path of the much needed unity, quest for tranquility and peace to our families and the country.

According to Raila, the event is proof that good deeds never run out of fashion or season. That the human race will always search for and honour those who do good is a critical lesson I hope our country carries from this event.

" I congratulate the Catholic Church in Kenya and the entire world for this once in a life time event, which is also a miracle for our nation in several ways," he added.

" May God bless those who undertook the research for the Vatican that led to the beatification. I join the rest of the nation in praying that all goes well and that Sister Irene is beatified in a secure atmosphere full of love, peace and dignity and that these ideals live to serve our country and the people for whom Irene gave her own life," he finished.

President Uhuru Kenyatta will attend the main beatification mass in Nyeri over the weekend.

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