Independence Jubilee: Kenya Urged On Reconciliation


rx geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The President said Jubilee is a new dawn for the country where people need to heal and join hands to work for the common purpose of the nation.

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sales geneva; color: #222222;”>He said challenges facing the nation required all Kenyans to be focused and not allow personal challenges derail them from achieving development goals for the nation.

“ I believe there are great times ahead for all of us, all we need is to pull together, to believe in one another, to trust one another and most importantly for all of us to have faith in our Lord that He indeed can deliver this nation,” said the President.

The President was speaking at the commemoration of the silver jubilee of the Faith Evangelistic Ministry in Nairobi during the weekend. He said by putting trust and faith in God the country is able to overcome obstacles which are presently bedeviling it.

The President said Kenyans need to be focused on delivering and bringing prosperity for all by creating job opportunities for the youth to ensure they live a dignified life.

“We have great challenges ahead of us, but if we remain focused, I believe we will overcome.” The President said.

Calling on Christians to continue praying for the leadership of the country, President Kenyatta said it is through God’s power that the nation has been able to overcome myriads of challenges in the past and the same God is able to see the country through even in the current challenges.

Ministry Founder Reverend Teresia Wairimu said Kenya’s current leadership is a gift from God and required support and prayers from all people of goodwill for them to succeed in fulfilling God’s agenda for the nation.


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