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Anglican Church of Kenya gets it second female Bishop

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By Eric Abuga | July 31st 2021

Bishop David Kodia of the Bondo Diocese congratulating Rose Okeno on her election as the Presiding Bishop of Butere Diocese. [Eric Abuga, Standard]

The Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) has elected its second female bishop, Rose Okeno, who will preside over the Butere Diocese.

In January 2021, Dr. Emily Onyango, an assistant Bishop, became the first woman to hold a high-ranking position in the ACK.

Elections that saw Okeno voted in as the presiding Bishop of Butere Diocese were held on Saturday, July 31, and presided over by Bishop David Kodia of the Bondo Diocese.

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