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Church calls for sobriety in Ringera, Mau debates
Posted on Saturday, September 12, 2009 @ 17:55:56 CDT by kwpnews


NAIROBI (George Kithuka) - Politicians have been urged to stop politicizing issues of national interest and instead demonstrate true leadership.

Nairobi Catholic archbishop John Cardinal Njue says the reputation of the nation has been tainted following the manner in which politicians have always handled issues of national concern.

Cardinal Njue was speaking during the ordination of priests and deacons at the Holy Family Basilica.

He said the political bickering among politicians was of no benefit to the ordinary Kenyan and asked Kenyans to change their approach to issues.

Citing the aftermath of the 2007 general elections which violence he attributed to vested personal interests by politicians who incited the public, Njue urged politicians and the public in general to scrutinize matters keenly before taking any action.

On the re-appointment of Kenya Anti Corruption Commission boss Aaron Ringera and the issue of the Mau Forest Complex, Cardinal Njue called for sobriety in dealing with the matters as they affected all Kenyans.

The Cardinal's sentiments come a day before a mass action called by civil society groups to push the executive to revoke the re-appointment of Ringera and his two deputies as parliament awaits to debate the matter that has taken centre stage both inside and outside the august house



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