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In Pictures: Overwhelming welcome for Pope in Kangemi

NAIROBI
By Standard Digital | November 27th 2015

On the third day of his visit to Kenya, Pope Francis visited St Joseph the Worker in Kangemi, Nairobi where he was received by multitudes who lined up the roads to see him.

The Pope reiterated his message of the need to ensure fair distribution of resources and strongly condemned land grabbing and denial of basic services to slum dwellers.

Residents of the Kangemi, in Nairobi welcome Pope Francis during his visit to Kenya on November 27, 2015. (Photo: AFP)
Residents of the Kangemi, in Nairobi welcome Pope Francis during his visit to Kenya on November 27, 2015. (Photo: AFP)
Residents of the Kangemi, in Nairobi welcome Pope Francis during his visit to Kenya on November 27, 2015. (Photo: AFP)
Residents line up to get a glimpse of the Pope as he headed to St Joseph the Worker Church in Kangemi. (Photo: Imani manyara)
Popemobile parked outside the St Joseph the Worker Church in Kangemi. (Photo: Imani manyara)
Bishops walk to the venue where Pope Francis was holding a meeing at St Joseph the Worker Church in Kangemi. (Photo: Imani manyara)
Residents of the Kangemi, in Nairobi welcome Pope Francis during his visit to Kenya on November 27, 2015. (Photo: Imani manyara)

 

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