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Religious leaders' peace mission to Kenya

Posted on: March 18, 2013 2:57 PM
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From The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa

The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) hosted an inter-faith peace mission to Kenya for religious leaders from the Great Lakes Region from 19th to 21st February 2013. The mission was led by Ps. Dr J B Kadembo, the co-president of Inter-Religious Council of Uganda who is also the President Seventh-day Adventist Uganda Union.

The CAPA Provinces were represented by the Archbishop of Uganda, the Most Rev Stanley Ntagali and the Rt Rev Martin Nyaboho, of Makamba Diocese Burundi. The Rev Canon Grace Kaiso together with Dr Francis Kuria were part of the planning group.

The purpose of the mission was to show solidarity with other religious leaders in Kenya and the people of Kenya as a whole and to extend brotherliness in the spirit of East African Community. The destiny of the region is tied to the stability of constituent countries of which Kenya is a very strategic partner.

On Tuesday 19th February, the delegation paid a courtesy call to the Archbishop of Kenya the Most Rev Eliud Wabukala and later in the evening were part of the audience during the Presidential debate organized by religious leaders in Kenya .The delegates were on Wednesday February 20th dispersed to various hotspots where they had conversations with the various religious leaders.

Rev Canon Grace Kaiso 
CAPA GENERAL SECRETARY