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Clergy call Kenyans to work closely with the government to mitigate drought

22nd October, 2022

Kenyans have been challenged to closely work with the government towards mitigating effects of drought and hunger. Speaking at an event organized to honour religious leaders for their selfless service to god and the community, the moderator of Baptist churches in Nairobi, reverend Bernard Obuya, observed that while it is the primary responsibility of government to protect its citizens against challenges such as diseases, drought and hunger, the ongoing drought situation in the country is so huge that the government alone cannot address it. The clergy therefore called on all players including nongovernmental organisations and the church to walk alongside government in reaching out to the affected areas of the country with food and medical supplies and other necessities.