Kenyatta Directs Police To Hold Lawbreakers With Iron Fists


visit web sans-serif; font-size: small;”>In his message, President Kenyatta urged Kenyans to be responsible and desist from activities that may endanger lives during the festive season.

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The President said careless driving, excessive alcohol consumption and other socially unacceptable behaviours that infringe on the rights of others should be avoided.

“Police must show no sympathy to those who violate the law,” the president said.

The President also urged drivers to observe traffic regulations and respect the rights of other road users to ensure road safety during the season.

President Kenyatta also told Kenyans to uphold the true spirit of Christmas of peace, love and goodwill to all nations even as they jubilated during the festivities.

The President added, “Let us demonstrate the Christian values of forgiveness, reconciliation, kindness and service”.

He told Christians to extend their benevolence and spread love to the less fortunate in society as a way of reciprocating God’s goodness to mankind.

“Christmas is an important season in the Christian faith. It is also a time to celebrate the most profound messages of Jesus: Love your neighbour as you love yourself. Do unto others as you’d have them do to you,” said the President.

He urged Kenyans to re-examine their commitment to the Christian faith during the season and re-dedicate themselves to a new and fresh relationship with God.

President Kenyatta said Christmas is a time for reflection and renewal of conviction adding “For those of other faiths, this is the time to join your Christian brethren in marking an important phase of their calendar.”


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