cure http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php geneva; font-size: small;”>At the meeting viagra 40mg geneva; font-size: x-small;”>at State House Nairobii on Thursday, the President accompanied by the Deputy President William Ruto, discussed issues of national interest with the Christian leaders.
The Christian leaders gave their counsel on key issues such as insecurity in the country and development, saying there is need to shield the country from corruption especially when mega projects are undertaken.
The leaders said it is important for all Kenyans to realize that patriotism is not slavery as it shows a sense of belonging and responsibility to their country.
They said Kenyans need to always seek the best solutions to their problems and avoid running away from them.
President Kenyatta concurred with the leaders saying he is always ready and open to receive counsel from elders and religious leaders.
Members of Forum of Mainstream Christian Church leaders in the meeting were led by John Cardinal Njue who is the chairman of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops, The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya the Most Rev Dr. Eliud Wabukala, Moderator of the General Assembly Presbyterian Church of East Africa Rt. Rev. David Riitho and Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church in Kenya Rev. Joseph Ntombura.