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We should not take opportunity of Pope's visit for granted

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By Mabere Mathew | November 27th 2015

With the arrival of Pope Francis in Kenya, my greatest wish is that the country remains calm.

All the leaders who will be attending the Pope’s meetings should embrace the good teachings from the Pontiff to make Kenya a peaceful and prosperous country.

Kenyans are peace loving citizens and have been privileged to host the Pope. We should not take this opportunity for granted.

Finally, many thanks to President Kenyatta who declared yesterday a public holiday and national day of prayer and reflection. God bless Kenya.

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