DP William Ruto office roots for handshake day
SEE ALSO :UN commits to Uhuru’s Big Four agenda“We will announce that anyone with a grudge with another person should come out and state the grievances, the clergies will then guide on how to let off go, “said Mrs Koech. Mrs Koech said it was the high time Kenyans take advantage of the existing handshake by different political antagonist to forgive each other and heal existing wounds. Speaking during the meeting Retired Catholic Bishop Alfred Rotich, said the Church will move with speed to ensure existing political unity is replicated among Kenyans who have been fighting each other. “We have had lot of handshakes which have cooled down temperatures and allowed us to have peace around the country, we as the church will not rest but will take advantage of this to unite Kenyans, “he said Participant drawn from different Government ministries, County Government, Religious and Non-Governmental Organization will kick off joint peace initiatives across different counties.
SEE ALSO :On leadership, women should change tactThe initiative will identify conflict areas where warring groups will be assisted to initiate income generating projects by different Government Ministries and well-wishers. The warring factions will be required to abstain from all illegal and violent activities and engage in development activities. Mrs Koech said five counties which include Migori,Kwale,Kilifi,Bungoma and Baringo have been selected. “The Government through the different ministries will offer all the necessary support through skills and financing of income generating project to deter criminal activities” she added The Secretary urged well-wishers to chip in any available assistance that can transform lives of affected youths.