‘Terrorism is not religious war’
26 November 2014, 13:28
Nyeri - A group of leaders affiliated to the Jubilee Coalition in Nyeri have urged Kenyans to view the recent cases of terrorism as criminal activities and not a religious war.
They said that terrorists should not be allowed to succeed in their evil plans of creating animosity based on religion.
“We urge the government to do its best to secure the country's borders since we have lost so many lives to terrorists,” they said.
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The leaders, who addressed the media at a Nyeri hotel Wednesday, also sent their condolences to the families of the 28 people massacred during the Saturday bus attack in Mandera.
Through their spokespersons, Wambugu Nyamu, Samson Kagiri and Mary Muthoni, the leaders noted that two victims of the attack were sisters from Kieni constituency in Nyeri county.
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