Police say the guards were trying to stop a robbery when they were hacked to death.
"It is also my prayer that all our churches will work together in proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ, crucified and risen; to kindle the hearts and minds of all believers anew,” he pledged.
Thousands of Kenyans braved the Thursday morning rains and cold as they gathered at University of Nairobi grounds, ready for Pope Francis’ 10a.m. public mass.
The Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya (CIPK) has appealed to Pope Francis to help address what it termed as lack of freedom of worship for Muslim students in schools run by the Catholic church.